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Getz 1 Jacob Getz Professor Smith Expository Writing 102.15 November 3, 2011 In his blog “The Moral Question,” Robert Reich sheds light on the devastating reality of the fragility and state of the United States’ economic condition. According to Reich, Republicans are not making enough of the right moves in order to remedy the current economic problem. He argues that instead of attempting to fix what is wrong, the congress is merely adding fuel to an already lit flame, ultimately making these cuts “morally indefensible.” Since Robert Reich has many reputable credentials and is a well- respected author for books about the economy, this particular article-blog displays many valid points that the reader can relate to and, although he has some weaknesses, he uses many rhetorical strategies that helps make his case a very persuasive one. Robert Bernard Reich uses much of his well-respected expertise to analyze his points and convince the reader of his argument. Robert Reich is a professor, author, and political commentator. Not only has he served in different presidential administrations, but he has also served as a professor at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and a professor of social and economic policy at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University. His achievements range from being named one of the Ten Best Cabinet Members of the century by Time Magazine to being placed as sixth on the list of the “Most Influential Business Thinkers” by the Wall Street Journal. He currently has published thirteen different books, many of them bestsellers,
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