* An excerpt from Ralph Waldo Emerson's "from Journal," from the paragraph beginning "How sad a spectacle" to the end of the essay. This passage begins on p. 88 in the 10th edition and p. 100 in the 11th edition. * All of E. B. White's "Progress and Change" (p. 592 in the 10th edition; p. 562 – 563 in the 11th edition). * An excerpt from Fred Strebeigh's "The Wheels of Freedom: Bicycles in China." Read from paragraph 56, which begins "There, I tried to continue the work" to the end of the essay (p. 205 – 6 in the 10th edition; p. 339 – 40 in the 11th). * An excerpt from Gloria Steinem's "The Good News Is: These Are Not the Best Years of Your Life." Read from paragraph 20, which begins "None of this should denigrate" to the end of the essay (p. 367 – 368 in the 10th edition; p. 358 – 59 in the 11th). * All of William Cronon's "The Trouble With Wilderness" (p. 651 – 654 in the 10th edition; p. 617 – 21 in the 11th). * Examine and analyze the unattributed Figure 7, "Technowar" (p. 800 in the 10th edition; p. 806 in the 11th).
Change means to alter. Change is good since it is an opportunity to move forward and prestige in life. It also allows people to change their status quo. But in order to change you must risk. In three sources that show change were E.B. White’s “Progress and Change”, Fred Strebeigh’s “The Wheels of Freedom”, and Gloria Steinem’s “The Good News Is: These are Not the Best Years of Your Life.”
In E.B. White “Progress and Change” White explains why change is needed to solve issues. He also said that if there is too much change it lose meaning to what you are trying to improve on. Additionally it is said that if you want change, risk is an ingredient to enhancements. On page 563 White stated this “People who favor progress and improvements are apt to be people who have had a tough enough time without any extra inconvenience.” This supports my opinion of change being good because this quote shows that if people want a better life...
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