Burdened by Homework? Let us write your essays and assignments Order This NowIf America truly is the land of opportunity, Economic Justice (Chapter 14) might not be an ethical problem. If we all began on the starting block with an equal unobstructed path, and those who work the hardest and persevere the longest, can achieve the most, then this would be a valid assertion. Some may believe this is the case in the U.S. today. We certainly hear this argument all the time; this person and that person rose from nothing to have much, all due to their own talent and effort.
Is this true?
Listen to the PBS special: PBS NewsHour video story ‘Land of the Free, Home of the Poor’
Buffet pushes back against all of this:
″These and other blessings (extraordinary tax breaks) are showered upon us (the ultra-rich) by legislators in Washington who feel compelled to protect us, much as if we were spotted owls or some other endangered species. It’s nice to have friends in high places.″
Question the ethical principle of social justice.
Include the following aspects in the discussion:
Complete the reading and videos
-Create an argument for your college debate team on whether or not Social Justice is an ethical principle: why or why not?
-Use this site for additional assistance in developing a debate argument.(https://virtualspeech.com/blog/guide-to-debating)
-Argue peers’ assertions in a formal debate response
-Discuss what you consider the most critical points that have impacted you
-Cite any references used. Use proper grammar, sentence structure, and spelling at all times. -Put everything in your own words. There is no copying and pasting allowed.
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