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1. Yale University professor William Graham Sumner was an advocate for social Darwinism. This was very different from the precepts of the Social Gospel. Sumner said, “There is an old ecclesiastical prejudice in favor of the poor and against the rich.” Advocates of the Social Gospel would have agreed with this idea, while Sumner did not. In an essay, explain the difference between the two schools of thought. Describe some of the actions that the advocates of each philosophy practiced or wanted to see put into practice.
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