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Poverty Challenges the American Way of Capitalism; Capitalism's Success Becomes the ‘New Tyranny’

Poverty Challenges the American Way of Capitalism; Capitalism's Success Becomes the ‘New Tyranny’

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Published by Horatio Green
To subjugate America: promote small government; maintain oligarchy; create greater inequality; keep wages low; eliminate safety nets, force people to work even if they cannot. This is the way of America’s capitalism and the new tyranny.
To subjugate America: promote small government; maintain oligarchy; create greater inequality; keep wages low; eliminate safety nets, force people to work even if they cannot. This is the way of America’s capitalism and the new tyranny.

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Published by: Horatio Green on Jan 03, 2014
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Poverty Challenges America’s Way of Capitalism, Capitalisms Success becomes the ‘New Tyranny’
To subjugate America: promote small government; maintain oligarchy; create greater inequality; keep wages low; eliminate safety nets, force people to work even if they cannot. This is the way of America’s capitalism an the new tyranny.The !yan"#urray buget eal, signe by $resient %bama in &ecember, cuts '( billion out of the foo stamp program )*+A$, leaving -. million no income an low income families without foo ai. The buget, in failing to authori/e funing for e0tene unemployment benefits, 1 potentially 2leaves3 almost 4 million jobless workers in the lurch over ne0t year .5 !epublicans say they are just promoting work. They accuse the poor an unemploye of epenency, la/iness, an abusing the system to sponge off ta0payers.6olumnist Timothy 7gan  provies three e0amples: !ep. *teve *outherlan )!"8la. sai, foo stamp abuse is a moral issue. 9e is effectively saying that poor people are morally inferior.*en. !an $aul )!" sai that e0tening unemployment benefits woul be a 1isservice5 to the unemploye. 9is remark is just a polite way of saying that the unemploye are la/y an milking the system. 6utting off their epenency woul force the la/y bums to fin work.*enator <ames =nhofe )!"%kla. sai, 1$eople who are perfectly capable of working are buying things like beer.5 =t’s a moral failure of the poor in the view of !epublicans. =t’s a moral failure of society, however, when society fails to serve the least amongst us base solely on the perceive abuses of a few yet serve the wealthy in such a way that they become more prosperous.=t’s a isservice to those who are poor, lost jobs, esperately nee work, an who struggle to make ens meet, to eal with their plight so callously.The plight of the poor is more comple0 than society’s stereotyping allows. There is not one face

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