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Is it better for a country to enrich the rich so that they will then benefit the middle class? Or is it better for a country to enrich the middle class so that they will then benefit the rich?Note that I am leaving out the poor, unfortunately, because I don't think there is a branch of economics which recommends enriching the poor, or am I wrong in that?
Are they a necessity in a capitalistic economy?
list the place you live and then how much these items cost and any others you want to add. i live in hawaii and these are our prices.gallon of milk - 5.00 apple pound- 1.50 loaf of bread- 2.50 margarine-1.57chicken breast pound- 2.75 eggs dozen-3.00
America was: "Conceived in Liberty", ..while, "Dedicated to Equality". Sure we'd like to have as much as possible of both. But when a decision comes to be made (..say, in "taxes", and "spreading the wealth") where we might need to chose which principle shall be held in the higher regard, ..which should it be? In general, "socialists" choose "equality", while "capitalists" choose "liberty"? I believe I will look to see which one best provides for the health of the other. Which do you think does that best?
"The Works Progress Administration (renamed in 1939 the Work Projects Administration; WPA) was the largest New Deal agency, employing millions of people and affecting most every locality in the United States, especially rural and western mountain populations. It was created in April 1935 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt's presidential order, and activated with congressional funding in July of that year (the U.S. Congress funded it annually but did not set it up). " (1)WPAWorks Progress Administration Conservation Corps