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Autor:  Friedrich
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Data:  11/DEZ/2002 7:02 PM
Assunto:  Re: English command and socio-economic class
 
Mensagem:  Unlike some people might think, it isn't that hard to understand why the gap between the rich and the poor person in Brazil is so accentuated. This way, a lot of misconception and prejudice are uttered. As a 'democratic' and young nation, Brazil has its wealth 'democratically' distributed. Is the Brazilian's welfare sharing distinct from any other modern country? Certainly not. However, if some nations proclaim themselves as economically fair with their people, it surely has a time-related reason, I mean, while they were young as Brazil is today, the infamous gap between the classes were real. Exceptions? The United States, a young country with reasonable wealth distribution. So, is the Brazilian wealth ratio unfair? Surely is, but nothing different from what some countries already went or are going through. Viva a ‘democracia’! Friedrich


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
English command and socio-economic class  –  Miguel Vieira  10/DEZ/2002, 9:59 PM
Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  José Roberto  11/DEZ/2002, 10:27 AM
Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  Miguel Vieira  11/DEZ/2002, 4:08 PM
 Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  Friedrich  11/DEZ/2002, 7:02 PM
Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  Dirceu Bunholli  12/DEZ/2002, 11:56 AM
Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  Frierich  12/DEZ/2002, 12:19 PM
Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  Jonas  11/DEZ/2002, 2:13 PM
Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  Ricardo - EMB -  11/DEZ/2002, 5:57 PM
Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  Jonas  11/DEZ/2002, 7:52 PM
Re: English command and socio-economic class  –  André costa  11/DEZ/2002, 8:19 PM

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