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one law for the rich and another (law) for the poor

one law for the rich and another for the poor

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One of the questions of todays Gospel text is this: How does the weeping of four poor campesinos, who cannot even buy medicine for their children when they are sick, connect to the weeping of the

man in the story who cant let go of his possessions?

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girls sense of frustrated entitlement, an inevitable coming to terms with an object she wants but cant have.

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Indeed, for all their claims that the average millionaire is very much like the guy next door, Stanley and Danko knew that their book would make them millionaires-and Philbin knew his show would be a hit–because we treat the

as if they are somehow better than the rest of us.

In his most famous novel, Brideshead Revisited: The Sacred and Profane Memoirs of Captain Charles Ryder, Waugh, during the 1939-1945 war-time abstinence and rationing, unfolded a luxurious world of fine food, wonderful wine, and recognizably

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man wants just a small sip of water after denying similar simple comforts to the man he now envies.

First, take power in a disputed election, then move quickly to give the very

is one of the leading American poets of our century.

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