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Schedule_of_Assignments___Essay_4 - UNIT 2 EMERGENCE OF...

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U NIT 2: E MERGENCE OF R IGHTS : O WNERSHIP AND THE P OOR (S EPT . 30 -O CT . 28) E SSAY 4 L ENGTH : 5-6 PAGES D UE D ATE : O CT . 28 E SSAY 4 T OPIC Discuss the rights of the poor in relation to an individual’s right to own and protect property. Then, determine why the right of ownership and protection of property survived into the twenty-first century and the rights of the poor, as determined in the medieval period, did not survive. You may also choose a topic of your own concerning poverty, just contact me to discuss the topic. State a firm argument and support your conclusions with textual evidence. P URPOSE The rights of the poor and private ownership seem to contradict each other at various points. This assignment is intended to sharpen your ability to develop an argument by reconciling two opposing concepts. It also allows you the opportunity to practice jurisprudence as you determine why certain laws were more readily accepted by later societies and some were not. S CHEDULE OF A SSIGNMENTS U NIT 2: E MERGENCE OF R IGHTS : O WNERSHIP AND THE P OOR Week 5 Sept. 30 CP 53-90 : Poverty and Charity Essay 3 Due (4-5 pages) Movie Oct. 2 Writing Activity Due : 1 page How is poverty portrayed in both Oliver Twist and Poverty and Charity ? Describe aspects, causes, and
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2008 for the course MEDVL 1101.5 taught by Professor Marcum during the Fall '08 term at Cornell.

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