Political Influence of Mormones

The latter-day saints is a powerful religious ans social community that has much influence not only in the US but in the whole world. If you chance to visit Salt-Lake city which is the capital of traditional Mormons you will be surprised by the large number of beautiful buildings, banks and offices. Everything is decorated and built they way to strike the imagination. Gold and marble is covering the street constructions. The whole city is full with the sculptures depicting Joseph Smith and Brigham Young. But all that looks too pompous for a city with the population less than 200 thousand people. There are a number of colleges and business schools in Salt-Lake city as well as the Utah University. Sal-Lake city also has its own ballet, opera house, several theaters and the wide-known choir of Mormons.



School segregation.

Usually segregation refers to racial inequality. Segregation in the US schools is believed to be more widespread today than it was some 50 years ago. Thus the number of African-American students in Michigan schools dominates over students of other races and nationalities. It means that each racial group has its distinct style of clothing, preferences in music, art and social activities. For some distinct reasons students in American schools prefer to stay separated. And of course it causes many serious problems.