The Cost Of Expansion Came With A Huge Price Tag Essay

738 Words May 7th, 2016 3 Pages
Susan, Professor and Class,
In no uncertainty, the cost of expansion came with a huge price tag which was secondary to supply and demand. In an economic sense, whenever there is scarcity for a product, the price will increase. For what went on during was all about money. As stated by one of my classmate, “there are acres and acres of land and little people to the farming. Therefore, landowners had to find someone to do the work because they had no machinery back then. But, from what I was told by my grandparents, my father and reading History, the English were very prejudice of all races. As we discuss this topic, they continue to believe that they are the whitest race on the planet earth. One thing I knew is that, I had never seen a “White male or female” however, I had seen all other shades of colors. No disrespect to my professor or classmates, what I have seen in “beige or partial vanilla”. To prove this, just stop by any hardware store, Walmart or Home depot and you will see several shades of white. There is an old notion that goes like this “black is black and white is white. Let me reiterate, it is a fact that the British beige people, still believe that they are the only white or Caucasian throughout the world. By putting themselves into classes such as (upper-upper, middle-upper, middle, middle-lower and low or lower-lower class) resulted in resentment and bitterness among races.
In fact, they targeted low and lower class males and females and use them as…

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