Taking sides. Clashing views on social issues / [selected, edited and with issue framing material by] Kurt Finsterbusch
Book | Mcgraw-Hill Education | 2017 | Nineteenth edition.
Available at WCTC Social Issues Collection (HN59.2 .T35 2017)
iv, 276 pages ; 28 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Is it necessary to become less consumerist? -- Does social media have largely positive impacts on its users? -- Is the American family in trouble? -- Can women have it all? -- Is same-sex marriage harmful to America? -- Is increasing economic inequality a serious problem? -- Has America made substantial progress in the rights of blacks -- Has gender equality come a long way? -- Is government dominated by big business? -- Does capitalism have serious defects? -- Does government need to be restrained? -- Was welfare reform the right approach to poverty? -- Is the progressive vision the answer for improving the U.S. school system? -- Will the fourth industrial revolution bring about a wonderful world? -- Are the police in America to be condemned? -- Is American justice too severe? -- Is the United States in significant danger of large-scale terrorist attacks? -- Does immigration benefit the economy? -- Is humankind dangerously harming the environment? -- Should America seek the role of world hegemon or world leader?
Finsterbusch, Kurt, 1935- editor.
Clashing views on social issues