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From the Ted Talk by Ray Dalio: What coronavirus means for the global economy

Unscramble the Blue Letters

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Open Cloze

And then the ______ _________ is politics. And politics is largely how we deal with each other. And there's internal politics, and there's external politics. The internal politics is, how do you deal with the wealth gap? How do you deal with the ______ gap? Do you have a common mission? Do we have an ________ dream that we can agree on and that we're pursuing that together, or do you _____ over wealth, and so on. And so when you look at history, that's what revolutions are in their various ways. And there's always a __________ in one of these. Sometimes those are peaceful revolutions and sometimes they are disruptive. But it's a wealth shift that needs to take place. _________ shifted policies and changed taxes and so on in that way. And then in other countries, there was the turning over democracy. Hitler came to _____ because of that gap. So how people deal with each other internally.

Solution

  1. influence
  2. revolution
  3. fight
  4. american
  5. power
  6. fourth
  7. values
  8. roosevelt

Original Text

And then the fourth influence is politics. And politics is largely how we deal with each other. And there's internal politics, and there's external politics. The internal politics is, how do you deal with the wealth gap? How do you deal with the values gap? Do you have a common mission? Do we have an American dream that we can agree on and that we're pursuing that together, or do you fight over wealth, and so on. And so when you look at history, that's what revolutions are in their various ways. And there's always a revolution in one of these. Sometimes those are peaceful revolutions and sometimes they are disruptive. But it's a wealth shift that needs to take place. Roosevelt shifted policies and changed taxes and so on in that way. And then in other countries, there was the turning over democracy. Hitler came to power because of that gap. So how people deal with each other internally.

Frequently Occurring Word Combinations

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Important Words

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