EN102 RR Prompt 2 (All's Well But What's Fair)

EN102 RR Prompt 2 (All's Well But What's Fair) - Prof....

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Prof. Swanson EN102/ Spring 2009 RR Prompt 2 Due Date: Mon. Feb. 16 th All’s Well, But What’s Fair? “The welfare of each is bound up in the welfare of all.” – Helen Keller “Welfare is hated by those who administer it, mistrusted by those who pay for it, and misused by those who receive it.” – Peter C. Goldmark Jr. Several years ago in graduate school, I was required to take a course called “Ethics & Personal Responsibility,” during which a class debate broke out regarding the status of the current welfare system in the US. Several students were adamantly opposed to the concept of welfare, claiming that many people –the “welfare queens” as they were called –have corrupted the system by purposely having children in order to receive continuous federal aid in the form of money, housing, and healthcare, rather than going out and getting jobs to support their families. The students opposed to welfare (and there were many ) argued that the situation in which welfare recipients found themselves was
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2009 for the course IT 100 taught by Professor Pap during the Spring '09 term at Monmouth University-West Long Branch.

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