Capitalism And Women

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    Capitalism

    Miguel Beatrice Capitalism is an economic system in which private individuals and business firms carry out production and exchange of goods and services through complex transactions involved in prices and markets. By extension called capitalist higher social class of this economic system ("bourgeoisie"), or to the common form would the individual interests of capital owners in both companies, shareholders and patterns, also called capitalism entire social and political order (law, idiosyncrasies

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    Asses the View That the Introduction of Capitalism in Developing Countries Liberates Women…

    Asses the view that the introduction of capitalism in developing countries liberates women… By taking different perspectives to approach the assessment that capitalism in developing countries liberates women, we can gain an insight of the arguments justifying the view and those opposing. This essay will proceed to demonstrate how the modernisation theory and marginalisation liberate women, and then add conflicting suggestions such as that of a Marxist Feminist. Perhaps most significantly, modernisation

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    Capitalism and Corporation

    NORTHCENTRAL UNIVERSITY ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET Learner: Aulton C. Mitchell | | 7019-8 | Jennifer Scott | | | MGT | Michael Novak: Capitalism and the Corporation | | | The topic of ethics just seems to be hard to define when using other peoples’ writings but I never have an issue of explaining my stand on ethics. ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------

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    Capitalism and the Corporation

    on social responsibility. There have been arguments that capitalism and corporations are responsible for economic ills of the society. It is therefore necessary to understand the role of corporation and ethical influence if any. In other to address the problem stated above it is necessary to define what capitalism and corporation are, and give background insight through meaningful literature reviews. According to dictionary.com capitalism is an economic system in which investments, ownership and

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    Capitalism

    PAST India is a Third-World Country. It is a developing economy. It started out as a mixed economy. However, Post 1991, India has been moving towards capitalism with gushing force. Liberalization and globalisation opened Indian economy. Opening up sectors for foreign direct investment (FDI) has attracted great investment and employment opportunities. Liberalizing FII (Foreign Institutional Investor) norms has helped in easy availability of capital. There has been an easy availability of loans

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    Beyond Capitalism

    Michael Hargrove Soc 4010/5010 Instructor Montez de Oca 10/19/12 Beyond Capitalism America Beyond Capitalism: Reclaiming Our Wealth, Our Liberty, and Our Democracy, by Gar Alperovitz claim’s that our political/economic system can no longer sustain equality liberty, and democracy to the American working class. Alperovitz argues that a radical change to our political-economic system is needed. He also believes that it is at the lower or grassroots level that this change has to take place, but

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism vs. socialism: the great debate revislted October 11 Civics CHV2D1-02 Capitalism versus socialism : the great debate revislted Page1 -debate between two isms, soicalism and capitalism are far from over. -International agencies porvide hard evidenceto discuss these 2 isms -comparisons between before and after the important events of capitalism in Europe and comparison of excommunist countries provide us with enough fact which provides us with definate conclusions -Under

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    Capitalism

    The earliest establishment of capitalism originated in Rome through mercantilism. Mercantilism involves the distribution of goods in order to realize a profit, which is the fundamental goal of capitalism. Goods were bought at one site for a certain price and then moved to another site and sold at a higher price. As the Roman Empire expanded, mercantilism correspondingly expanded. But the fall of the Roman Empire caused European economies do eventually lose its focus of mercantilism and localize their

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    Capitalism and Socialism

    Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Capitalism and Socialism 1 Varieties of capitalism arise from a number of institutional characteristics that prevail in the developed economies of the globe. Such institutional characteristics include; education and vocational training, industrial relations, inter-firm relations, corporate governance and intra-firm coordination (Soskice & Hall 23). These characteristics differentiate two forms of capitalism, coordinated market economies- CME’s and liberal

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    Capitalism

    1. the basic tenets of capitalism are private property, freedom of enterprise/choice, self interest, markets and prices, limited government. for three of the above describe how they make a capitalist system work (10 points) the entire idea of a capitalist system is one that’s trade, industry, wealth, and other economic aspects are almost purely controlled by private individuals and business/company owners (not the government), for a profit from their goods/services. private property consists of

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    State Capitalism vs Liberal Capitalism

    Overview Capitalism is the combination of many actions that provides the economic structure such as the changing balance of output, trade, income and employment. This is based on private ownership by means of corporations or individuals. There are many types of capitalism. This essay discusses two types of capitalism that are currently being debated in the media, State capitalism and liberal capitalism. This essay also investigates whether the South Africa is really state capitalism or are they

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism: A Love Story Michael Moore documentary is about greed. It’s about what we are dealing with today, when it comes to Obamacare Giving wealth to executives without conditions amongst banks and insurance companies while leaving many people unemployed and without health insurance. It shows how employers exploit their employees by paying them the minimum wage and insuring them for large amounts of pay. When companies find out their employee illness they put an insurance policy on that

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    Capitalism

    Of course free-market capitalism is flawed. But it is no worse than socialism or communism or any other man-made societal structure. All systems will fail in time because any system can be abused, and it is human nature to take advantage of such things Capitalism increases our standard of living but not necessarily our morals. However, when we look at Socialist Europe, we see neither morals nor standards of living comparable to the US. We have bigger houses, more cars, take shorter vacations to

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    Disaster Capitalism

    Disaster capitalism The two terrible natural disasters occurred recently in Haiti and Chile, together with the coup de eta in Honduras, plus the reaction of USA about this critical situations, have reawakened the fear that Latin America might be completely directed to the application of the doctrine of the “Disaster Capitalism”. According to Naomi Klein, capitalism has triumphed in the world not because the nations had willing accepted it, but because the ‘rules of the game’ of capitalism have been

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    Jack the Ripper - Did Capitalism Kill the Women?

    as Jack the Ripper. These murders took place in the height of transition from feudalism to capitalism and fueled by this, the East End was plagued with gross overcrowding, unemployment, and was a place of severe poverty and prostitution. Marxist theories of alienation and dialectical materialism help to explain how the rise of capitalism formed the case setting and supported The Ripper’s murders of five women. In the mid-nineteenth century, an influx of Irish and Jewish immigrants hit England and

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    Capitalism - Jack the Ripper

    Lord for use of the land, whether it is to serve in the military or other forms as requested. This was the way of life in medieval times, up until the 15th century (Hirst, 2012). From here, the transition began from Feudalism to the early stage Capitalism, where the ordinary people broke away from the Feudal system and owned property and the means of production as well as the resources to make and maintain wealth (Dictionary.com, 2012). England in the 1800’s was hard in comparison to today.

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    Conscious Capitalism

    Conscious Capitalism Conscious businesses focus on their purpose not their profit. As stated on the Conscious Capitalism website, “By focusing on a deeper purpose, a conscious business inspires, engages and energizes its stakeholders. Employees, customers, and others trust and even love companies that have an inspiring purpose” (http://www.consciouscapitalism.org/). It is not always about the money. A conscious business cares about its employees, suppliers, investors, community and the environment

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism Ralph Waldo Emerson, an American essayist once stated, “doing well is the result of doing good. That’s what capitalism is all about.” (Brainyqoute, 2013). Capitalism can be defined as an economic and political system based around property ownership and private industry. It is a different form of government where the system is based upon individual rights. The key component of capitalism runs off competition, all markets are open with little or no government directive. This form of government

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    Boeing and Capitalism

    Boeing and Capitalism in the United States of America Abstract This study investigates American capitalism in a historic perspective. The paper then proceeds to examine the issue on a meso-level with its relation to the company Boeing. Finally it discusses the various entrepreneurial decisions and their impact on the success and failures of the corporation. The approach has been reading relevant historical books, finding articles on the Internet and interpreting different views and opinions

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    Global Capitalism

    Global Capitalism The term global capitalism implies much more than economic activity in different national borders. At least in theory, one could have an international economy consisting of autarchic domestic economies engaged in limited commerce with each other. Or one can imagine (as was largely the case well into the 19th Century) an international economy whose connections involved luxury goods or a few ―products (sugar and slaves, for example). A global economy, however, implies one in which

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    Capitalism

    the middle class erodes and the income gap becomes larger. Instead of our people moving towards a society of no class distinction, I believe that we are well on our way towards becoming the scenario that Marx describes in his original views of capitalism, where the wealthy class is abusing their power and taking advantage of the working class. Perhaps Marx was too optimistic and overly idealistic when he envisioned a future society without class division.

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    Conscious Capitalism

    introduction of conscious capitalism, John Mackey gives us a brief history on how he established Safer Way which is now known as Whole Foods Market with no prior business education background. His intention was to create a business that was ethical and purpose driven. His insight on free enterprise capitalism is much focused throughout the introduction and first chapter, its importance and how it has changed the world. I agree with the findings because, it free enterprise capitalism has led to innovations

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    Capitalism vs. Communism

    Liberal capitalism was as well known and tried system in Great Britain during the 19th century. However, around the late 19th century a new system began to appear, communism. These two systems were quite different when it came to their political and economic views. This new system gave rise to some believing that maybe it was time for Great Britain to change their former system of liberal capitalism to one that is more communist in nature. Others believed it was better to leave the system as it was

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    Capitalism and Women

    Ensayo Final Economía y género: Contribuciones al bienestar y al desarrollo desde una perspectiva feminista. Ensayo: Mercancía, mujeres y anaglifos. Resumen El objetivo del presente texto es reformular el análisis efectuado en nuestro trabajo de disertación titulado ¿Libertad de elección?: Fuerza y Banalidad. Análisis del consumo en la sociedad contemporánea a partir de la crítica de la economía feminista a los estudios económicos tradicionales en el tema del trabajo no remunerado

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    The Morality of Capitalism

    Thesis Capitalism has been the subject of ethical criticism since it was first introduced into society. I defend the morality of capitalism because it gives people incentive to work, establishes a web of trust between them, satisfies their material well-being, and generates a wide spectrum of prosperity. Exposition As citizens of the United States, we are members of the leading capitalist economy in the world. Our production and distribution is mostly done privately and we operate in a “profit”

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism: A Love Story, which opened in 962 theaters earlier this month, is Michael Moore’s most ambitious work yet – taking aim at the root cause behind the injustices he’s exposed in his other films over the last 20 years. This time capitalism itself is the culprit to be maligned in Moore’s trademark docu-tragi-comic style. And by using the platform of a major motion picture to make a direct assault at the root of the problem, Moore has created space in the political mainstream for a radical

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism and Its Effects “As a result of capitalism, we are increasingly unhappy and dissatisfied, and only by turning against capitalism will we be able to move on.” Peter Saunders cites by Clive Hamilton in his book “Why Capitalism Is Good for the Soul” (8). Capitalism dates back to industrial age. After the industrial revolution, the traditional trade has evolved to a new global platform and some of economic system like capitalism came into prominence. According to Cambridge Dictionary, capitalism

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    Capitalism

    Is contemporary capitalism a kind of imperialism? For Ellen Meiskins Wood, it is the ‘empire of capital’ that is shaping our world. For her, the empire of capital is the new form of imperialism across the globe. Capitalism, she argues, has become ‘universal’ and it spans the globe with pervasive and intrusive control over human life and nature. It is operating with its systemic logic of ‘accumulation, commodification, profit maximization, and competition’. The empire of capital has achieved its

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    Capitalism

    Industrial Revolution were deplorable at best, this led the people to embrace the new Revolution. He said, “It is a distortion of facts that the factories carried off the housewives from the nursery and the kitchen and children from their play. These women had nothing to cook with and to feed their children. These children were destitute and starving. Their only refuge was the factory. It saved them, in the strict sense of the term, from death by starvation.” Parents were no less mindful of their

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    Capitalism

    Do you believe that Capitalism is moral? Justify you answer. Capitalism can be defined ideally as an economic system in which the major portion of production and distribution is in private hands, operating under what is termed a profit or market system. (Shaw et al. 2013, p.118) As compared to other forms of economic systems, capitalism benefits the society in various ways (and based on utilitarian argument, this will be morally preferred because the balance of good over bad is the greatest)

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    Capitalism

    whole world faces problem of scarcity. Therefore, capitalism is needed to solve these production decision such as what and how to produce the goods and services and distribution decision such as for whom to produce the goods and services. Capitalism is an economic system in which the major portion of production and distribution is in private hands, operating under what is termed a profit or market system. In the country which works on capitalism system, the production and distribution decisions are

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    History of Capitalism

    Titled; History of Capitalism By; Professor; Marion Wyse Table of content 1:1…….…..………………………………………………………………………Introduction 1:2..………….………………………………………………………………capitalism history 1.3.…….………………………………………..….. Merchant capitalism and mercantilism 1:4……………………………………………….. Transition from 'feudalism' to capitalism 1:5……………………………………………………. Industrial capitalism and laissez-faire 1:6…………………………………………… Finance capitalism and monopoly capitalism 1:7……………………………………………… Capitalism following the Great

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    Capitalism

    the welfare and financial security of individuals as unnecessary, but because the well-being is achieved without government intervention. To me, it seems impractical to have an economy functioning solely with private corporations, such as in pure capitalism, because there is no alternative to save a market if it begins to fail. I do not think that the government should have excessive involvement, but definitely enough to regulate any extreme happenings. The second criterion for evaluating economic

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    Changes to Capitalism

    Winter Economics 13 Winter Economics 13 The Changes to Capitalism January 28, 2013 Sarah Evelyn Johnson Assignment 1: Econ 1020 The Changes to Capitalism January 28, 2013 Sarah Evelyn Johnson Assignment 1: Econ 1020 08 Fall 08 Fall Although capitalism has only been around for two short centuries, it has vastly changed the way that society functions from the pre-capitalist era of economics. The world has taken a trip to a completely different way of working

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    Capitalism

    Morality of Capitalism 500520316 ENT 527 Ryerson University Dr. Jeffrey Overall Friday, January 23, 2015 Capitalism is a social system based on the recognition of individual rights, including property rights, in which all property is privately owned. Through the capitalist system, state and economic affairs are completely separated, leaving the government with a single role to protect individual rights against those who pose a threat against others through physical force. Capitalism is diminishing

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism Quiz Essay What is capitalism? “Capitalism is an economic system in which private people, not the government, own and run companies.” Industrial capitalism refers to an economic and social system where trade, industry, and capital are privately controlled and operated for a profit. In this system income, production, distribution, investments pricing and supply of goods, and services are determined by private decisions. In a capitalistic state, property is privately owned and this is

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    Natual Capitalism

    A ROAD MAP FOR NATURAL CAPITALISM Business strategies built around the radically more productive use of natural resources can solve many environmental problems at a profit. BY AMORY B. LOVINS. L, HUNTER LOVINS. AND PAUL HAWKEN O ARTWORK BY CRAIG FRAZIER N SEPTEMBER i6, 1 9 9 1 , 3. Small gTOUp of s c i c n t i s t s w a s Isealed inside Biosphere II, a glittering 3.2-acre glass and metal dome in Oracle, Arizona. Two years later, when the radical attempt to replicate the earth's

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    Conscious Capitalism

    Conscious Capitalism: A Reader’s Reflection In their collaboration, Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business, both John Mackey and Raj Sisodia outline and discuss the problems plaguing sizeable business, while sharing their own knowledge and experiences. Throughout, they also continuously encourage socially responsible values in all business organizations. Citing decentralization and stakeholder empowerment, Mackey and Sisodia argue that mans’ inherent goodwill can not only

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism, as defined by Austere is a social, political, and economic system that succeeded feudalism based upon recognition of the rights of private parties to choose how to employ their labor and capital in markets as indicated by market prices instead of tradition.(Austere 1966) Price is the main co-ordinating method rather than the command and control mechanisms and upholds the fact that,capitalists systems are differentiated among each other depending on the level and nature of governmental

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism: A Love Story includes all the above. Even those who count themselves hostile to Moore (and they are legion) would admit he has the courage to tackle big subjects. After railing against America’s gun laws, its healthcare system and the Iraq war, Moore now zeroes in on the capitalist system itself. It’s an unwieldy subject and, predictably, it’s a mixed bag: on the one hand, Moore effectively tells small-scale stories illustrating how the rich and powerful screw the little people, while

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    Capitalism

    Answer: Capitalism is an economic system, in which prices of the products are decided by the market and government does play significant role in the regulation of market. If we look back into history then we will found that Capitalism has always been remaining subject of criticism from many perspectives. The concept of Capitalism was first criticized by Marxists. They present various lines of argument claiming that capitalism is a contradiction-laden system characterized by persistent crises that

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    Capitalism

    class. In our society today, we are still a functional capitalist economy, although the structure and base are flowed differently through our country nowadays. The theorists all had many ideas, some similar and some differing. They believed that capitalism created two classes, the bourgeoisie, the capitalist class, and the proletariat, the working class. In the structure of the economic society, the capital class, controlled the means of everything. They dictated the means of production, and “the

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    Capitalism and Communism

    Genre of Capitalism Vs Communism Capitalism and Communism are two totally different economic systems. Capitalism is a much better economic system than Communism. Capitalism is an economic system characterized by freedom of the market and is the economic system where you do not have freedom because the government will make most of your decisions for you. Capitalism has many pros to go along with its economy. The government will change gradually, but is able to adjust to it with ease. Each person

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    Capitalism and Society

    Karl Marx and Max Webber both many had many philosophies of the capitalism and its effects on society. Their ideas helped pave the way and expand on theories of previous sociologists. Both men have a deep insight of socioeconomic class in the origins and development of modern capitalism. This paper will analyze the impact of capitalism on society as perceived by both men and the areas in which they agreed, disagreed, and expanded on the ideas of the other. In many ways, the Weberian theory was

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    Capitalism

    culture of progress, money and Capitalism. American culture, and western culture in general, may be characterized as the culture of Capitalism, or more specifically consumer Capitalism, and American society may be characterized as the society of perpetual growth. The following discussion treats exactly the topic of this thesis. The first part deals with Capitalism and the second one with consumerism. For most of us, American culture can’t be imagined without Capitalism, and it seems we got here on

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism vs. Socialism CAPITALISM HISTORY The history of capitalism can be traced back to early forms of merchant capitalism practiced in Western Europe during the Middle Ages,[1] though many economic historians consider the Netherlands as the first thoroughly capitalist country. In Early modern Europe it featured the wealthiest trading city (Amsterdam) and the first full-time stock exchange. The inventiveness of the traders led to insurance and retirement funds as well along with much less

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism can be defined ideally as an economic system in which the major portion of production and distribution is in private hands, operating under what is termed a “profit” or “market” system. Socialism is an economic system characterized by public ownership of property and a planned economy. Capital, as an economic concept, is closely related to private property. When traditional restraints are removed from the sale of goods and from wages and when all individuals have equal access to raw

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    Capitalism

    macro-social theories can be found in Macrosociology: Four Modern Theorists, by Frank W. Elwell. Marx’s legacy in social theory does not lie in his predictions of future utopias but rather in his analyses of the workings and contradictions of capitalism. Within contemporary sociology this tradition is very much alive in world-systems analysis, a perspective developed by Immanuel Wallerstein in the 1970s. According to Wallerstein, the modern nation state exists within a broad economic, political

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    Capitalism

    Capitalism acts to constrain the forces of production. The notion of free and competitive market penalizes inefficiency and redistributes the surplus to the more efficient enterprises. Adam Smith’s idea of invisible hand promotes rivalries. Therefore the majority of petty owners is pushed out of the market and forced to sell labor power. The surplus value is derived from exploiting these workers. The rate of exploitation is surplus value divided by the labor value. Laborers produce a use value

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    Capitalism

    Crisis proves that capitalism is fundamentally flawed At this day responsible business leadership is embedded by a variety of competitive and cooperative dynamics. These expectations are captured by emerging new standards of business success and managerial responsibility. Capitalism, a necessity; sustained by economic, social, environmental and nonmarket stakeholders. (Petrick, 2011). Ebrahim, et al. (2011) suggests that credit and loans facilities provided to families (thru capitalism) make financial

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