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Nigeria has always been saddled with the litany of bad leaderships since 1960 and the middle-class has always been silent or at worst — they somehow justify the incompetence of the Nigerian government even when they should know better. 464 more words
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On the foreign policy side, where the President’s authority is very broad, executive orders can address the minutiae of relationships with particular countries.
A core issue in the U.S. now is the decline of the middle and lower-middle classes’ purchasing power; the ability to buy.
According to some estimates, only 10% of American households make up the middle class—the 10% just below the richest 10%. 110 more words
Logos: On page 698, Steele dedicates an entire paragraph to logos. He brings to the attention of the reader that “class and race are both similar in some ways and also naturally opposed.” Steele explains that it’s all in how class and race are defined. 284 more words