Science 1 - James Yang Mr Puma AP Composition The Dirt in...

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James Yang Mr. Puma AP Composition 7/19/09 The Dirt in the New Machine’s Implications on Humanity Often the terrors that strike one region of the world, is brought on by the actions of several other people, communities, and nations. This cause and effect relationship shows that the area where an injustice occurs is not solely where the responsibility lays. As Blaine Harden emphasizes in The Dirt in the New Machine, malevolent deeds are committed every day in Congo, and the people’s lives are being torn apart, but the cause of all of the destruction, the selfishness and cupidity, may have roots spreading far outside of simply the boundaries of Congo. In many ways, whether people wish to believe it or not, the miscreants in Congo share many of the same qualities are people in more developed nations. The article centers around the events in Congo, but its ideas can be generalized to describe humanity creating very important implications. Blaine Harden’s The Dirt in the New Machine reveals momentous findings about humanity, and subtly enlightens readers on the effect it should have. Harden chooses to show the wicked natures of Mama Doudou and many of the workers,
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