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Hardins Lifeboat Ethics The Case Against the Poor - No You Cannot Come in Garrett Hardin writes about saving the poor in his essayLifeboat Ethics The Case Against the Poor found in The Blair Reader Hardin writes about how the rich countries are in the lifeboat and the poor countries are swimming in the ocean He also writes about how the United States helps other countries Hardin feels that if the government keeps helping other countries and letting people in then America will also drown We must convince them if we wish to save at least part of the world form environmental ruinpage 765 Why should I help the poor countries Why should I let the immigrants in I see no reason for helping someone that is not an American These non Americans are taking my hard-working money that they did not earn I am tired of the United States of America giving my money to the poor countries The government is giving these people my money for which I worked hard The government does not ask for my permission to give these people my money By letting these people on our lifeboat the government is drowning us all If we do let an extra 10 people in our lifeboat we will have lost our safety factor an engineering principle of critical importance page 757 I cannot take a chance in helping people if it is going to put me in risk Instead of giving the money to non Americans it should be used only in America The money used to help the poorer countries can be very useful in the United States The middle class people in America get no help More of that money can go toward the middle class families The middle class families work had for their money The government helps poor families with food housing education and many more things The rich have more money
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