OutlineTopic: Gentrification of Class Warfare in East HarlemThere has been a tremendous change in East Harlem between class warfare and gentrification. East Harlem is one more economic factor to the city’s wealth per capita since the attack of September 11, 2000.
It is Manhattan’s last remaining development and it is on the agenda of the tax revenue of our government. East Harlem has become a profit driven capitalism. Gentrification enforces capitalism, it does not separate people, it does not go against race, poor and the working class, it wages war on the poor and the working-class. Gentrification of Class Warfare in East HarlemSOCIAL CULTUREWhat is social class and class warfare ? Class is a in terms of income, wealth, education, status/position, and/or power. Class affects people emotionally and economically.
Economically it involves how much money you have, socially, who you know and educationally, what or how much you know. Social class is a collection of subcultures arranged in an order of prestige, it is divided in three parts:Upper Class are white collar job, jobs in the field of CEO, Politician and doctors, people who work in specialized fields. middle class are white-collar workers they work as secretaries, teachers, and middle management. lower class(poverty)/working class are blue-collar workers a the “bottom” they work in manufacturing jobs, janitors, etc.
Class warfare is the struggle between classes in a society, often based on capitalist principles. Industrialist versus the working class The Educated, the wealthy against the poor and working class Ideology: the Politician against Constituents How does class warfare affects a community? The wealthy begin . . the rich has reshaped our political system by not banning political spending by corporation, labor, or other organizations. C What is important political equality or economic equality? Citizens of the United States are assured to have equal rights. Without political equality citizens will not have protection of basic rights which allow economic prosperity.
Like the right to keep what they’ve earned and trade freely. Tyrannical governments maintain power by giving benefits to favored groups, at the expense of everyone else. Economic equality is a fantasy, used to justify giving benefits to favored groups. A fair wage/price is the one people are willing to pay. If government tries to enforce some other idea of “fair”, the result will be less jobs – because people will be unwilling to pay.
I guess they could be forced to pay – that’s where the tyranny comes in.