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1.(Article 6. 1) Chen and Isikara argue that capitalism is systematically unable toaddress the great challenge of climate change. What do they propose as a broadmeans of addressing this looming disaster?
1. (Article 6. 6) Two possible explanations for disparities in environmental condi- tions along lines of income or race are “selection”and “move-in.“Selectionmeans that polluting industries make decisions to locate in predominantly low- income or non-white areas. Move-in” means that people with fewer resourcesare more likely to move into areas where environmental quality is lower. Whatyou think of these two explanations? Would your views of environmentalinjustice ” differ depending on which factor is more important?
2. (Article 7. 5) What kind of correlation appears in the data between the propor- tion of workers engaged in social control relative to internal economic inequality? What could account for this correlation?
3. (Article 8. 6) It is common for people to view racial disparities in society( like jobdiscrimination or racial profiling) as a consequence of racial biases. Wicks-Limargues that biases are a consequence of racial disparities. Explain
4. (Article 8. 7) Are policies aimed at boosting the growth of productivity a goodway to address poverty? / hy would someone think so? What evidence doesJohn Miller present to think they are not
6.10. (Article 8. 8) Consider the following quotationI think we’ve been through a period where too many people have beengiven to understand that if they have a problem, it’s the government’sjob to cope with it… . They’re casting their problem on society. And, youknow, there is no such thing as society. There are individual men andwomen, and there are families. – British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, talking to Womans Ounmagazine, October 31, 1987After reading Alperovitz and Daly’s article TThe Undeserving Rich, how do youthink the authors would respond to Thatcher? How would you respond?

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