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Unformatted text preview: source topic paraphrase/quote/idea Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of argues that peopleYork: Penguin, 2007. longer eat locally; wh Industrialization of Food Pollan Four Meals. New in modern society no Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History problemMeals. New York: Penguin, 2007. Industrialization of Food The of Four as stated by Pollan is that not eating locally can have a Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore's Dilemma: Food History Whereas many people had gardens in the early 1900s, especially "Vi Background of A Natural History of Four Meals. New York: Penguin, 2007. Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of explains how Newbest for people to become vegetarians beca Vegetarianism Pollan Four Meals. it is York: Penguin, 2007. Gates, Eleanor. "State Policies Continue information 2006. Center for Continue to Shift" written by Eleanor Gates for 2008. < background to Shift." Jan. "State Policies Health Policy Studies. October 2003. 24 Dec. the Cen Vaughters, Stella. Smoke Out refutations of opposing viewpoints book Smoke Out, Stella Vaughters argues that the governmen In her Smith, Achilles. "A Nation Founded on viewpoints on banning cigarettes opposing Freedom." Professor Achilles Smith from Boston's Northeastern University argue my thoughts I want my apples no matter where they come from. How much does it cost to get my apples from New Zealand? It's difficult for people to grow their own food now. Urban areas don't have space, and our lifestyles don't provide the time. This perspective makes sense for most people. I appreciate that he doesn't expect everyone to be vegetarian; however, meat Continue to Shift" written by Eleanor Gates for the Center for Health Policy Studies reports that 35 states now have some form of a smoking oke Out, Stella Vaughters argues that the government has a responsibility to look out for the health of its citizens even if that requires extrem es Smith from Boston's Northeastern University argues in his article entitled "A Nation Founded on Freedom" that banning cigarette smokin les don't provide the time. be vegetarian; however, meat bought locally or even "grass fed" meat is often more expensive than conventional meat. This makes it difficu w have some form of a smoking ban (23). ens even if that requires extreme measures; this is why activities such as smoking crack and drunk driving are illegal. " that banning cigarette smoking is just the tip of an iceberg that could lead to the government taking away more and more of our personal f nventional meat. This makes it difficult for lower income people to buy the healthiest meat options. ving are illegal. way more and more of our personal freedoms (56-57). ...
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