Essay on The Current Day Political Theater

781 Words Nov 23rd, 2016 4 Pages
Inequality as a societal issue has been at the forefront of debate in the current day political theater. In this essay I will prove how economic class inequality is an expanding issue that is creating a divide between people within society and needs to be solved with political solutions instead of allowing this issue to subside naturally. The umbrella in which this issue has developed under is the growing globalist community that has started to envelop the world. The globalist agenda threatens the middle class the most because it is the primary contributor to the redistribution of jobs globally. Solving this expanding issue is one that will have to be done through several means of cultural and economic change back to the embrace of national patriotism and education as was done in the early to mid 19th century. This will allow for the middle class of the past to once again obtain a reasonable income and be able to compete in the global market. Over the last 50 years society has changed from nationalist based communities, which focused on the prosperity of their own countries, to the embracement of a globalization effort that has connected the world as one large society. In Geoffrey Garrett 's piece, Globalization 's Missing Middle, he describes how globalization efforts like the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) have led to the elimination of the middle class (Garrett 204). NAFTA was a large contributor to the middle class jobs, in for example the United States,…

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