FGV-SP 2019: The second questions made by The Economist assume that

FGV-SP 2019: The second questions made by The Economist assume that

(A) income inequality has always been the same last century.

(B) after the Second World War, society became more equal than before.

(C) both equality and inequality are historically transitory in our society.

(D) the Second World War aided wealth concentration and therefore inequality.

(E) conflicts such as wars reorganise and concentrate wealth among the countries involved.


QUESTÃO ANTERIOR;
FGV-SP 2019: In the excerpt from Walter Scheidel’s first answer “However, for more substantial levelling to occur”, the word in bold can be correctly replaced by

GABARITO:
(B) after the Second World War, society became more equal than before.

RESOLUÇÃO:
A segunda questão feita pela revista The Economist presume que, após a Segunda Guerra Mundial, a sociedade tornou-se mais igual do que antes. No texto: “Are we really living in an implacable period of wealth inequality — or was the relatively equal society that followed the Second World War the real aberration?”

PRÓXIMA QUESTÃO:
- FGV-SP 2019: In the excerpt from Walter Scheidel’s second answer “Many things had to come together to make this happen”, an example of the word in bold is
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