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Expository Writing: 355:101 BZ Instructor: Matthew Sherrill Paper #2 Length: 5 pages First Draft Due: Monday, September 28 th , 2009 Final Draft Due: Monday, October 5 th , 2009 Readings: Rebecca Solnit, “The Solitary Stroller and the City” Charles Siebert, “An Elephant Crackup?” Peter Singer and Jim Mason, “Meat and Milk Factories” All three of these texts are interested in exploring the various ramifications of a capitalist mode of production. Solnit’s cities are primarily places of commodity exchange and consumption, Siebert’s elephants are becoming agitated partially due to their value to poachers, and Singer and Mason’s
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Unformatted text preview: farmers see themselves as unable to conform to humane farming practices due to market pressures. Do these essays, taken together, suggest that it is possible to reconcile a capitalist economy with both human and environmental concerns? Formatting: Typed, 12 pt. Times New Roman font, double-spaced, 1” margins, name and date in upper-left corner, stapled in upper-left corner / page numbers in bottom-right corner, title centered at top of page one...
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