Poverty (Introducing Issues With Opposing Viewpoints)
Publisher: Greenhaven Press | ISBN: 0737743409 | edition 2009 | PDF | 152 pages | 6,1 mb
Indulging in a wide spectrum of ideas, beliefs, and perspectives is a critical cornerstone of democracy. After all, it is often debates over differences of opinion, such as whether to legalize abortion, how to treat prisoners, or when to enact the death penalty, that shape our society and drive it forward. Such diversity of thought is frequently regarded as the hallmark of a healthy and civilized culture. As the Reverend Clifford Schutjer of the First Congregational Church in
Mansfield, Ohio, declared in a 2001 sermon, “Surrounding oneself with only like-minded people, restricting what we listen to or read only to what we find agreeable is irresponsible. Refusing to entertain doubts once we make up our minds is a subtle but deadly form of arrogance.” With this advice in mind, Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints books aim to open readers’ minds to the critically divergent views that comprise our world’s most important debates.
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