Discussion Board 5
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This is a graded discussion: 85 points possible
due Nov 23
Discussion BoardNOTE: There is generally no grace period for discussion board. Discussion board is our learning forum for each of the learning modules. We learn from each other. You cannot afford to get behind in readings and discussion, because before you know it, we would have already moved on to new learning module topics. Reminder: refer to all Discussion Board Guidelines, and REFER TO YOUR SOURCES WHEN MAKING CLAIMS! THIS iIS[KEY!
NOTE: There is generally no grace period for discussion board. Discussion board is our learning forum for each of the learning modules. We learn from each other. You cannot afford to get behind in readings and discussion, because before you know it, we would have already moved on to new learning module topics. Reminder: refer to all Discussion Board Guidelines, and REFER TO YOUR SOURCES WHEN MAKING CLAIMS! THIS IS KEY! How to Cite Sources from the Reilly Textbook?
Respond to initial topic question, only after reviewing Lesson 8: Capitalism and the Industrial Revolution
Twentieth century American historian, Lewis Mumford, stated inTechnics and Civilization that “it was because of certain traits in private capitalism that the machine- which was a neutral agent- and in fact has sometimes been, a malicious element in society, careless of human life, indifferent to human interests. The machine has suffered for the sins of capitalism; contrariwise, capitalism has often taken credit for the virtues of the machine.”1
What do you think about this statement? Is this true, partially true, or false?
Your task: Write at least a 2-paragraph response to that question in relation to the Mumford quote. Must include:
at least 2 paragraphs in length
Must include a citation from Chapter 21, Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, pp. 759-765
Must include a citation from Chapter 21, Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto, pp. 769-776
Must include a citation from any other primary source featured in Chapter 21
Naturally, initial post response can include additional citations if desired.
1Lewis Mumford, Technics and Civilization (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1934, 2010), 27.
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