Economic policies and the social views on the American standard of living during the 1920s

The following post has two questions;

1.Economic policies and the social views on the American standard of living during the 1920s

Compare the economic policies and the social views on the American standard of living during the 1920s and the consequences that led to the Great Depression to the economic policies that led to the
Great Recession. Project Objectives: Evaluate the economic policies and the social views on the American standard of living during the 1920s and the consequences that led to the Great Depression to
the economic policies that led to the Great Recession through the evaluation of primary sources by focusing on the author’s main points, purpose, and perspective; examining different points of
views; and assessing the credibility and validity of the pieces that analyze the different forms of government in human history. Analyze the impact of social movements and economic ideas that
contributed to the Great Depression by formulating questions and addressing these questions through historical research and study to evaluate historical events and their impact.

2.Gorgias Plato

In paragraphs 481b- 491b of Gorgias, Callicles attempted to argue how it′s ″natural″ that the ″strong″ should rule and the weak should be opressed. Show exact examples from text 1. Demonstrate and
explain from the text how socrates shows the weakness in Callicles′ argument by showing how his words are 1) confused, 2) inconsistent, and 3) contradictory? 2. In gorgias 500b-513b, socrates makes
clear connection between goodness, order and self-control. Demonstrate and explain from text using examples from text: 1) how socrates argues that goodness requires a kind of order and, in order to
attain order, one must have knowledge (not merely do what feels good). 2) Explain socrates′ argument that, if order is good, self-control is desirable. 3. What teaching of plato do you believe is
most important for todays culture to rediscover and why?

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