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Academic: The Failing Meritocracy of Capitalism: Inheritances Within the U.S (2006)

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Academic: The Failing Meritocracy of Capitalism: Inheritances Within the U.S (2006)
Academic: The Failing Meritocracy of Capitalism: Inheritances Within the U.S (2006)
Academic: The Failing Meritocracy of Capitalism: Inheritances Within the U.S (2006)
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This is an academic paper from my time at Humboldt State University as a Political Science major (2004-2006). The paper is an exploration on true forms of Capitalism and its view on inheritance particularly related to wealth and tax law. Thoughts from Andrew Carnegie, Stephen Hawking and John Stuart Mills countered with modern practice

This is an academic paper from my time at Humboldt State University as a Political Science major (2004-2006). The paper is an exploration on true forms of Capitalism and its view on inheritance particularly related to wealth and tax law. Thoughts from Andrew Carnegie, Stephen Hawking and John Stuart Mills countered with modern practice

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