ENG 106 Module 3 DQ 1

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ENG 106 Module 3 DQ 1

Topic: Definitional, Categorical, and Resemblance Arguments: Research and Writing

Dr. Francis Delmonico believes that even a regulated human organ trade would be exploitative because “It’s the poor person who sells” (Meckler, 2007). Do you agree that allowing a poor person to sell an organ is an exploitative practice? Why or why not? What examples from real-life organ donors can you provide that help you demonstrate how a regulated human organ trade would be (or not be) exploitative?

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ENG 106 Module 3 DQ 1

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