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The Future Of The United States: Rick Santorum

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Since the beginnings of time, men looked forward ways to represent a certain group of people, but it was not until the Greeks that the term of democracy appeared in our dictionaries. This word describe a form of government where all citizens are allow to choose their representatives. This political system is use in almost all of the countries in the world, giving the opportunity to people to feel that, somehow, they are participating in the future of their country. The United States of America is not the exception, each four years the Tuesday between the 2nd and 8th of November millions of Americans make their votes for the candidate that they think, will make a good job in the white house. ...view middle of the document...

According to him, families have to pay more taxes and they have less economic help from the country than people that are single. According to some statistics, each year more people get divorced and more people want to stay single because of the different kinds of opportunities that exist between both groups. Unfortunately, this not only affects the economy of the country in a short term, but also in a long term. “Only 45% of children that experiment the separation of their parents can move on” (Mercedes Isaza). This means that most of the children from those marriages will develop a “single mentality” which will affect the social structure of the country in the future.
Education is another important aspect in the future of the economy of a country. Education will prevent people from troubles and drugs, it will give them skills to success in life and it will give them more opportunities in this competitive world. The main problem is that, as I said previously, society thinks that the only way to “success” in life is by getting an important degree in a big university: however, Santorum shows that this is not the only...

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