* Intervention of third parties The Political, Social and Economic Issues In ‘A Raisin in the Sun'Introduction The main determinants of a stable country are reflected in the pillars that hold the country in place; these are the social, economic and political factors. Conclusion * The role of society in gender roles 1 The distribution of roles 2 The solution. Economic Issues In the first scene, the author describes a state whereby many people lived in a particular house and this was evident from the seats that were worn out over the years of constant use without any form of upgrade (Hansberry 3).
, OUT LINE PAPER , HE THREE ISSUES ARE POLITIAL ISSUES , SOCIAL ISSUES AND ECONMIC ISSUES IN 1950 IN CHICAGO AFTER WAR -2 , IN THE PLAY RASIN IN THE SUN.
* The struggle to provide for the family 3 The desperate need for a better financial status * The fight for insurance money * The inability to take Beneatha to a good school * Encouraging Beneatha to marry George for his money.
Walter Lee bickers with his wife Ruth, his sister Beneatha, and even with his own son Travis.
Ruth is the housewife that tries to keep everyone on time for everything.
The whites have better opportunities compared to whites III.
In the play A Raisin in the Sun written by Lorraine Hansberry, family unity appears sometimes as the enemy and at other times, it is the friend.
Walter Lee is an ambitious Negro that is selfish in his ways of reasoning.
He lies to his family in order to get the insurance money for his liquor store dream.
As the play progresses the unity of the family is often questioned.
In both the play and the film, family unity is often forgotten by the characters during a family crisis, whether it concerns money or health.