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After critical view of the current American situation, three major problems facing the United States of America
After critical view of the current American situation, I would say we have three major problems facing the United States of America. Key among these problems includes problems related to the economy, crime policy and poverty. This paper therefore explores these problems highlighting their effects and possible intervention.
One of the three major problems facing the United States of America today according to Arrighi and Maume (2007) has to do with the issue of poverty among its men, women and children. While exploring the issue of poverty, it is only right that we emphasize on the ways in which the health status and health care availability interact with the low wages, irregularity, and insecurity of gendered work. Poverty presents some difficulties faced by the ordinary people since, for example, the health of a family member and the caregiver’s work are intertwined with a host of other issues and problems including those related to the children schooling, the family’s housing and their access to transportation. While this presentation focuses on the intersection of work and health, we also explore the ways in which both interact with these other problem areas. With the multiple responsibilities facing the ordinary people and their children alike, they are forced to sacrifice important elements of healthcare as well as educational and work opportunities.
One of the major task and responsibility of a modern government is the maintenance of law and order. A government defines and explains the boundaries of crime, law and justice for domestic peace and tranquillity. Since the beginning of human civilisation, instrumentalities of government and policy-making for crime and justice have existed. As regards the crime policy, crimes related to abduction, rape, drugs and murder have been a problem of crime and justice in America for a long time and have become a widespread fear in the American minds. According to Shahidullah (200.............
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