Jonathan Swift's Response To A Modest Proposal

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Jonathan Swift’s reading shook many readers like me about this proposal. He really made his point that the Modest Proposal is possible if considered. However, the proposal was kind of doubtful that is was meant to be beneficial for both England and Ireland people. This report will explain Jonathan Swift’s real target, real message, and how poor is still a great disadvantage. “A Modest Proposal” was not actually as modest as it sounds. Jonathan Swift’s came up with a good emotional reason of why the proposal wouldn’t be a bad idea. He explain that his real target for the proposal was to “prevent those involuntary abortions, and that horrid practice [or it's not a matter of] sacrificing the poor innocent babies…[or actually to] avoid the expense…show more content…
He got to experience “the early 1700s, [where] the English-controlled [and] Irish Parliament had passed laws that severely limited the rights of Irish Catholics” (699). This made the Irish parents send their children to schools funded by the Catholics in where they found out they were treated as slave instead of students. He saw the disagreement this two countries had in where they mistreated the Irish because they were poor and the England country was the wealthy country. Jonathan Swift’s explains how Irish people live. Swift does this to help the reader build an idea and help the reader understand his real message behind this proposal. His real message on “A Modest Proposal is to focus on how indefensive poor people can become when they get fooled because of their needs. His experience helped him create this proposal to bring reflection on the future generation about life and the life of…show more content…
Yes, our poor are still in a disadvantage with education and crime. For example, the disadvantage on poor or no education at all on other places out of the U.S. Where parents need to pay for education and making education not an option. The biggest possibility that the child’s parents aren’t educated and that will make it even harder for parents to scaffold their child properly. Secondly, the disadvantage of poor security that will bring higher possibilities on crime. Poor families are need in finding of inexpensive areas that they can afford. This low income areas in where crime is higher bringing a great disadvantage. In where children can be exposed to this options in where they either become the victims or the

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