The Wealthy

Many political scientists and sociologists suggest that this country was established by the rich upper-class (white Male Property Owners) and its foundation was designed to mainly protect and promote their interest. Those scientists argue that despite couple hundred years of history and a number of social movements by non-male property owner groups which have led to the right to vote by those groups as well as their participation in the social and political process in this nation, yet the foundation of the society is still intact and mainly operates to promote and protect the interest of the rich upper class.
a. Do you agree or disagree with those scientists as well as with Michael Parenti or Michael Moore?
b. In your essay you must deal with issues such as “class power in early America.,” Was there a class power in early America?
c. If yes how did that affect the writing of the constitution and the quality of democracy in the United States?
d. How all these authors deal with the issue of class power in those assigned chapters from their books.
e. Do they believe that the United States is still dominated by the white male property owners?
f. Do you agree or disagree with them? Which one of those three authors? Why? Fully explain your position and support it.
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-use only americanprogress.org and Chapter 2 from Edward Greenberg’s the Struggle for Democracy particularly the section on Charles Beard, Chapters 2 and 3 from Dr. Parenti’s Democracy for the Few the 9th Edition as the sources. (3 in total)