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Which privilege would have the greatest impact on a person’s ability to make a livelihood?
White privilege would have the greatest impact on a person’s ability to make a livelihood.
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Updated 77 days ago|12/11/2023 11:26:47 AM
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White privilege would have the greatest impact on a person’s ability to make a livelihood.
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Running a half-marathon - would have the greatest impact on a person’s ability to make a livelihood.

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Driving a car - would have the greatest impact on a person’s ability to make a livelihood.
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The privilege that would likely have the greatest impact on a person's ability to make a livelihood is socio-economic privilege. This includes factors such as access to education, employment opportunities, financial resources, and social networks, which can significantly influence one's career prospects and economic stability.
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Which privilege would have the greatest impact on a person’s ability to make a livelihood? Choose AnswerA running a half-marathon Choose AnswerB buying a new cell phone Choose AnswerC voting in elections Choose AnswerD driving a car
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Driving a car would have the greatest impact on a person’s ability to make a livelihood.
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f a police officer or an attorney forces an accused US citizen to confess to a crime, this is a violation of the Fifth Amendment. From what does the Fifth Amendment protect a citizen?
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Updated 82 days ago|12/6/2023 12:13:57 AM
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The Fifth Amendment protects a U.S. citizen from self-incrimination. It states that no person "shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself." This protection extends to various legal settings, including police interrogations and court proceedings, ensuring that individuals cannot be forced to confess or provide evidence that may implicate them in a crime.
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If a police officer or an attorney forces an accused US citizen to confess to a crime, this is a violation of the Fifth Amendment. Self-incrimination is the Fifth Amendment protect a citizen.

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f a police officer or an attorney forces an accused US citizen to confess to a crime, this is a violation of the Fifth Amendment. From what does the Fifth Amendment protect a citizen? Choose AnswerA self-incrimination Choose AnswerB double jeopardy Choose AnswerC freedom of speech Choose AnswerD trial by jury
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If a police officer or an attorney forces an accused US citizen to confess to a crime, this is a violation of the Fifth Amendment. Self-incrimination is the Fifth Amendment protect a citizen.
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