Capitalism, CRF and the Hypocrisy in Achieving Social Class Leaping by Diligence Only

Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Research in Social Sciences

Year: 2021


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Capitalism, CRF and the Hypocrisy in Achieving Social Class Leaping by Diligence Only

Yuan Fang



In recent years there has been a widely spread unemployment disparities throughout the United State, though in 2019 unemployment rate fell to 3.5%, with COVID-19 continue to sweeping the continent in 2020, unemployment rate raised back to 6.7% by November 2020 with a raise in non-farm payroll employment of 245,000 in November alone (Bureau of Labor Statistics). At the moment, an increasing number of recent college graduates are having a more difficult time finding a good job than before. While the public now is starting to promote training schools for high school graduates instead of college for alternative, Joshua David Hawley (born December 31, 1979) who is the son of a banker and a teacher defeated Kurt Schaefer in the Republican primary with 64% of the vote in 2016 in the attorney general race is now serving as the youngest current U.S. senator after defeating two-term Democratic incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill in the 2018 election(Austin). In this paper, we explored this issue of inequality of social class differences by examine the formation and solidification of the capitalist class while studying foundation of the CFR (Council of Foreign Relation), we have find that in present day a predictable outcome for a college student is now no longer involving a guaranteed change in their livelihood, and achieving social class leaping by diligence only has turning into nothing but a hypocrisy.

Keywords: Capitalism, CRF, Social Class Leaping, inequality.