Poverty By Richard Hardin: A Rhetorical Analysis

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Poverty is a state of a person where his or her income is below the minimum level necessary to meet his or her needs. Poverty has been one of the oldest and most serious issues this world is facing. Although there are many reasons for poverty, population growth is the most controversial and frequently debated issue. The author wrote this article to persuade people that rich nations should nothing for the poor countries and he unfortunately did not succeeded in doing so. All through Gareth Hardin’s article, he gives out a conclusion that each country is similar to a lifeboat with a specific carrying capacity. Hardin argues for a harsh thesis; privileged nations should not to provide aid for underdeveloped countries because he believes this
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