Synthesizing Sources Homework: compare and contrast two sources Synthesizing Sources

Choose two sources and compare and contrast them in your own words in two short paragraphs.

Watch Dan Ariely’s “How Equal Do We Want the World to Be? You’d Be Surprised,” Bryan Stevenson’s “We Need to Talk About an Injustice,” and Lawrence Lessig’s “We the People, and the Republic We Must Reclaim,” and read Thucydides, Pericles’ Funeral Oration, President Theodore Roosevelt’s “The Duties of American Citizenship, 1882,” and the Declaration of Independence. Watch Daniel Reisel’s “The Neuroscience of Restorative Justice,” Adam Foss’s “A Prosecutor’s Vision for a Better Justice System,” some speeches on justice, Anand Giridharadas’s “A Tale of Two Americas,” Bono’s “The Good News on Poverty (Yes, There’s Good News),” Gary Haugen’s “The Hidden Reason for Poverty the World Needs to Address Now,” Hans Rosling’s “New Insights on Poverty,” Auret van Heerden’s “Making Global Labor Fair” and Chrystia Freeland’s “The Rise of the New Global SuperRich.” Read the Constitution of the United States, Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death,” Bernie Sanders’s webpage “Income and Wealth Inequality,” and President Ronald Reagan’s Berlin Wall speech. 

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