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gap between rich and poor


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  • A: I don't think either the economic panic that drove the Gold Rush or the issues addressed by Socialism (not to mention London's conflicts about race) have gone away; in fact, students can easily make connections between the circumstances that caused the Panic of 1893 (the gold standard, immigrant labor, corporate greed, monopolies, class ⁄ race strife) and the ever-increasing gap between rich and poor today, coupled with industrial globalism.

    Interview With Professor Jeanne Campbell Reesman


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