Running head: CITY PROBLEMS1Life in New York in 1800sStudents NameInstitution AffiliationDateCITY PROBLEMS2Life in New York in 1800sLiving in New York in the early 1800s was better, the population was lower and thereforebetter provision of essential services to the citizens. With time the city in America just like othernew governments in the world was faced with a leadership crisis. Greed crept into the systemdue to capitalism. Individuals sort to be in control of large chunks or resources and thus leadingto the separation of citizens into two halves. The rich and the poor. A line was drawn among thetwo parties in terms of dwelling places, provision of essential services such as education,transport and sewerage services. The rich cared less about the poor in the society provided theirneeds were met. Wealthy citizens in the city were in the line of politicians and people in thebusiness.The situation for the poor kept getting worse as their dwellings were small, with thepopulation increasing day by day. Increased population led to a strain on resources andespecially houses. The tenements could no longer accommodate the people. Additionally, thetranspo ...
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