Why do people get rich?
The Lad, a Christian weekly newspaper that is published in London, has published an article that argues that many of those who have a financial advantage in society are not actually rich.
The article, entitled The Rich Get Rich, argues that the very rich get rich, not because they are better off, but because they have more money.
“The rich are not really wealthy,” the article begins.
“They have more wealth than we do.
That’s what the media tells us.
They have more.”
But while the article might seem simplistic, it is in fact an incredibly complex discussion that is not at all new.
It was first published in 2004 and has been republished several times since then, most recently in an article in The Times in March 2018.
The article argues that a person’s wealth is the result of “a complex interplay between genes, genetics, society and society.”
“There is no single factor that determines whether a person is rich or poor,” the piece argues.
But it does say that it is important to look at wealth as a “fundamental part of human nature.”
“The fact that people can have a great deal of wealth and still be poor shows that we are all born poor,” it continues.
However, the article doesn’t offer any solutions for how to fix the problem.
Instead, it offers an attempt to address it.
“There are ways in which we can reduce the burden on those who are already suffering, or increase the opportunities for people to do so,” the authors conclude.
Read the article here.