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Place in Society for Super Rich

Summary: Essay provides a discussion of Andrew Carnegie and the "Gospel of Wealth."
In a capitalist society there is room for all social classes. The vast majority of people fall into the lower, middle, and upper classes. However, there is a select few that are out of this standard classification system. There is the very poor and impecunious people and the immensely wealthy people. Every group plays their own role in the American society. The lower classes provide the manual labor in the society. Without the factory workers and construction workers the economy would stop. The middle classes provide the lower and middle management positions. They are the stereotypical paper pushers. The middle class runs the offices and the schools of the nation. The upper classes are the upper level managers, executives, and professionals. They run the companies, and are the surgeons, and attorneys. There is not a role for the very poor. They don't contribute, they are not expected to...

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