Professor Gary Jason, PhD | Contemporary Moral Issues Resource Center | Part 1
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Contemporary Moral Issues Resource Center | Part 1

PH 320 Contemporary Moral Issues: Online Reading List

Online reading #1: Wiki on social policy.

Online reading #2: Wiki on moral hazard.

Online reading #3: Wiki on the principal/agent problem.

Online reading #4: Wiki on pork barrel spending.

Online reading #5: Shaw on public choice theory.

Online reading #6: FEE on Bastiat.

Online reading #7: Wiki on negative vs. positive rights.

Online reading #8: World rates of suicide.

Online reading #9: Suicide facts.

Online reading #10: Wiki on religious views of suicide.

Online reading #11: Wiki on Dr. Kevorkian.

Online reading #12: Hippocratic oath.

Online reading #13: Nazi eugenics.

Online reading #14: Wiki on abortion in America.

Online reading #15: Gary Whittenberger “Personhood and Abortion Rights”.

Online reading #16: Everything you need to know about male and female erogenous zones.

Online reading #17: Wiki on marriage.

Online reading #18: ProCon.org on whether capital punishment deters murder.

Online reading #19: The Conversation on there is no evidence that capital punishment deters murder.

Online reading #20: Wesley Lowe: The death penalty is a deterrent.

Online reading #21: Rubin on the death penalty has a deterrence effect.

Online reading #22: Ryan and Bauman on education levels in the US.

Online reading #23: Wiki on Chinese Exclusion Act.

Online reading #24: Wiki on affirmative action.

Online reading #25: Wisestep on the pros and cons of affirmative action.

Online reading #26: Vittana 12 advantages and disadvantages of AA.

Online reading #27: The poverty of poverty statistics (Mises Institute).

Online reading #28: Pew Research Center “How Americans compare with the Global Middle Class.”

Online reading #29: Marx on alienated labor.

Online reading #30: Wiki criticisms of capitalism.

Online reading #31: Wiki on criticisms of socialism.

Online reading #32: Wiki on Ferdinand Tonnies.

Online reading #33: Wiki on Werner Sombart.

Online reading #34: Wiki on the economics of fascism.

Online reading #35: Wiki on the black book of communism.

Online reading #36: Wiki on A Theory of Justice.

Online reading #37: Wiki on libertarianism.

Online reading #38: Russell Kirk “Ten Conservative Principles”.

Online reading #39: Friedrich Hayek “Why I am Not a Conservative”.

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