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BA621-L10A4 - February 1 2010 BA621 Business Law Lesson#10...

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February 1, 2010 – May 21, 2010 BA621 Business Law Lesson #10 Assignment #4 Lesson #10, Assignment #4: WSJ Critical Thinking Exercise Download and read The Wall Street Journal article entitled "The Spring Pond Beavers" by clicking HERE . 1. Why did The Wall Street Journal include the editorial about the Spring Pond beavers in its newspaper? The WSJ included this editorial to poke fun at environmental agencies’ unwarranted finger-pointing and overzealous demands in the name of the environment. 2. What significant information is missing from the editorial? The rest of the letter from the environmental agency (DEQ), which should have detailed the following: (1) what damage was done by the dam; (2) what actions the owner should have taken when witnessing the dam being made; and (3) what is potentially hazardous about the remaining debris dam. 3. What ethical norm does the editorial writer prefer? From the writer’s selective abridging of the DEQ’s letter, the writer shows bias
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