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1.Governments should not fund any

scientific research whose consequences

are unclear.
2.Claim: Knowing about the past cannot

help people to make important decisions

today.
Reason: We are not able to make

connections between current events and

past events until we have some distance

from both.
3.The surest indicator of a great

nation is represented not by the

achievements of its rulers, artists, or

scientists, but by the general welfare

of its people.
4. Some people believe that college

students should consider only their own

talents and interests when choosing a

field of study. Others believe that

college students should base their

choice of a field of study on the

availability of jobs in that field.

(Which view)
1.Governments should not fund any

scientific research whose consequences

are unclear.
2.Claim: Knowing about the past cannot

help people to make important decisions

today.
Reason: We are not able to make

connections between current events and

past events until we have some distance

from both.
3.The surest indicator of a great

nation is represented not by the

achievements of its rulers, artists, or

scientists, but by the general welfare

of its people.
4. Some people believe that college

students should consider only their own

talents and interests when choosing a

field of study. Others believe that

college students should base their

choice of a field of study on the

availability of jobs in that field.

(Which view)
1.Governments should not fund any

scientific research whose consequences

are unclear.
2.Claim: Knowing about the past cannot

help people to make important decisions

today.
Reason: We are not able to make

connections between current events and

past events until we have some distance

from both.
3.The surest indicator of a great

nation is represented not by the

achievements of its rulers, artists, or

scientists, but by the general welfare

of its people.
4. Some people believe that college

students should consider only their own

talents and interests when choosing a

field of study. Others believe that

college students should base their

choice of a field of study on the

availability of jobs in that field.

(Which view)
1.Governments should not fund any

scientific research whose consequences

are unclear.
2.Claim: Knowing about the past cannot

help people to make important decisions

today.
Reason: We are not able to make

connections between current events and

past events until we have some distance

from both.
3.The surest indicator of a great

nation is represented not by the

achievements of its rulers, artists, or

scientists, but by the general welfare

of its people.
4. Some people believe that college

students should consider only their own

talents and interests when choosing a

field of study. Others believe that

college students should base their

choice of a field of study on the

availability of jobs in that field.

(Which view)
1.Governments should not fund any

scientific research whose consequences

are unclear.
2.Claim: Knowing about the past cannot

help people to make important decisions

today.
Reason: We are not able to make

connections between current events and

past events until we have some distance

from both.
3.The surest indicator of a great

nation is represented not by the

achievements of its rulers, artists, or

scientists, but by the general welfare

of its people.
4. Some people believe that college

students should consider only their own

talents and interests when choosing a

field of study. Others believe that

college students should base their

choice of a field of study on the

availability of jobs in that field.

(Which...
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