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Industrialized Society and Shame

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Industrialized Society Shame Eric Mackey HUM200 Argosy University (M5A1) An Inductive Value Based, Fact Supported Argument Counter-argument I agree with Singer that education can assist with proper understanding of world poverty. However, this is not the root cause of poverty, other factors such as Society itself and the human factor play a much larger role. Industrialized societal beliefs support inequality throughout human history. Portions of Article Engagement The articles Title ?America?s Shame, The Chronicle of Higher Education.? The student movement of the 1960?s Reasons why Americans are callous toward world poverty The Title Choice Peter Singer is a controvarsal writer whom uses Title structure to cause reader awareness.
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