Short Exercise 6

Short Exercise 6 - Businessmen are usually corrupt. They...

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Mickey Green April 3, 2008 Short Exercise #6 In the reading, “Man the Reformer” by Ralph Waldo Emerson, the author  claims that everyone is to blame for the moral corruption of the American society. In this primary reading source, by Ralph Emerson, the American public is to  blame for the moral corruption of society.  Emerson does not point any fingers at any  specific group of people.  If one person does something wrong while someone else  does nothing, then they both are to blame.  Emerson also blames businessmen. 
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Unformatted text preview: Businessmen are usually corrupt. They make society crumble with their low prices and cheap quality goods. Emerson was talking about the society and their economic troubles. There is a need to have the American society working together and not against each other to keep going. If they all started to work alone and for themselves, there would be no society....
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