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During the 1960s and 1970s, a growing number of Americans began to examine more closely how their highly industrialized society was affecting the environment, and many were alarmed at what they discovered.
Weegy: The growing gap between rich and poor in the United States has been widely noted. [ To many, it is alarming and calls for strong action to address what is perceived to be an increasingly bifurcated society in which the most fortunate have prospered while the poor have been left behind. Our thesis is that this single minded focus on income inequality has led to a preoccupation with what are only the symptoms of a deeper set of forces that badly need to be understood. Where one ends up in the income distribution reflects, after all, where one began, who one's parents were, what kind of education one received, race and gender, and a host of other factors?including just plain luck. Our focus, then, is on what is happening to opportunity?to the process that causes some individuals to be successful while others fail. Understanding what lies behind any particular distribution of incomes very much influences our perceptions of whether that distribution is "good" or "bad" and what, if anything, needs to be done about it. Those who believe that the distribution fairly reflects each person's talents and energies will have one view. Those who believe it is a deck stacked to reward those fortunate enough to have stared with the right cards will have another. One cannot judge any particular distribution of incomes without knowing what produced it. Nor can one decide such important questions as whether welfare reform will help or harm poor children, whether educational resources are properly deployed, or whether inheritance taxes are too steep or not steep enough. ] User: True of False? During the 1960s and 1970s, a growing number of Americans began to examine more closely how their highly industrialized society was affecting the environment, and many were alarmed at what they discovered. Weegy: True (More)
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President Ford pardoned President Nixon because: a. the U.S. Constitution mandates it c. he made a secret deal with Nixon b. he wanted to heal the nation d. it would guarantee a prison sentence
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President Ford pardoned President Nixon because he wanted to heal the nation.
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