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Keona Waller English homework the effects of the telephone and nuclear power not clean green or safe

Keona Waller English homework the effects of the telephone and nuclear power not clean green or safe

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1 February 28, 2017 Keona Waller EN 144 Dr. Brack “The Effects of the Telephone” Understanding Context Pg. 439 1. Brooks saw the principal effect of the telephone as having saved lives, made multistory residence or office building possible by being joined with the elevator, brought about a quantum leap in the speed and ease of how information moves form one place to another, and has greatly accelerated the rate of scientific and technological changes and growth. The negative consequences are, it has killed the art of letter writing, played the role in the breakup of multigenerational homes, and has made waging war chillingly more efficient. “The Effects of the Telephone” Evaluating Strategy Pg. 439 1. Brooks could have included how life would be effected without the use of the telephone to make readers question how they take the telephone for granted. A similar essay could have been written about cars, ballpoint pens, and supermarkets, because they all contain particular causes and effects; whether positive or negative.
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