The Poor dbq



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The Poor DBQ

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“While many responses to the poor vary, all of the documents except document 5 show a willingness to aid the poor. Although groups such as political leaders desire to aid the poor in order for them to give back to the country. From an economic standpoint, this practice does not increase cash flow between classes in the nation although public service and the creation of roads and bridges is very helpful to the government. Initially, it alleviates the cost of hiring construction workers and it also allows for the betterment of the nation, therefore attracting more residents, gaining more taxes and circulating money around the economy, which is very healthy and good for the betterment of the country.” (used “a course theme and/ or approach to history that is not the focus of the essay (political, social, etc.)



- R. Ong, 2015-16.

“In conclusion, attitudes toward and responses to the poor varied from 1450-1648 depending on religion, one’s financial background, and experience throughout their life and the type of poor being dealt with. In a later time period, such as during the Industrial Revolution, more opportunities for society may be available such as more jobs due to factories. This could take the poor off the street, causing there to be less of them.” ( A development in a different historical period, situation, era, or geographical area) - D. Smith, 2015-16



“Although the attitudes and reactions may be selfish or brutal in the 1450’s -1648, the changes made in the Scientific Revolution helped promote new reactions towards the por. Philosophes introduced unheard of ideas promoting equality and opportunity for those less fortunate, that have lasted until the modern era.” (a development in a different historical period, situation, era, or geographic area)

E. Belkin 2015-16
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