In spite of the widespread perception of powerful Americans over the poor, there is a clear indication of hatred and misuse of the poor in various job positions. The powerful people view the poor as workers that deserve exploitation and low salaries. In return, the poor are unable to earn enough money for their families.
Also, there are several perceptions of the concept of “too big to fail” that powerful Americans have on justice for the poor (McGuire & Pichler, 1969). The concept outlines that minorities in America are treated unfairly within the justice system. In the courts of justice, most of the innocent poor people in America are detained more often than the powerful whites. The innocent minorities are mostly targeted for arrest accompanied with harsh punishments compared to other wealthier Americans.
In conclusion, all citizens in America are supposed to be treated equally. Equal treatment will assist in reducing the perceptions of the powerful Americans. Also, justice in America is supposed to provide equal opportunities and rights to all citizens in