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Courtney Morris December 2009 Belgrad AMS 2030 Study questions for “The Port Huron Statement” and “Triple Revolution” What problems in American society do the authors identify as the “paradoxes” shattering their “complacency”? In the beginning of The Port Huron Statement, many paradoxes were mentioned. They name off specific paradoxes that are occurring throughout America. For example, when the declaration states that “all men are created equal,” they believe that this statement is actually false due to the fact that the Negro life in the South is unfair. Also, nuclear energy can power entire cities, yet the nation-states are only worried about releasing destruction. The fact that our technology is advancing so quickly that meaningless labor is not necessary, yet men are still forced to work in the same jobs and not move on is a paradox. Next, a myriad of people suffer in poverty and malnourishment while the upper-class have an abundance of whatever they need seems unfair to the
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course AMS 3030 taught by Professor Danielbelgrad during the Fall '09 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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