A Modest Proposal Parallelism: Poverty, a Robust Force in Human Trafficking

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West Visayas State University Luna St., La Paz, Iloilo City College of Education This Critique Paper entitled: A Modest Proposal Parallelism: “Poverty, a robust force to Child trafficking” Is presented to: Prof. Sharon Quimpo In partial fulfilment of the requirements In English and American Literature. Submitted by: Keren Kezziah B. Blanza BSED 2-A January 2014 Table of Contents Page Introduction 3 Part I. A. Story Scene 3 B. Analysis 3-4 Part II. A. Related Literature 4-9 B. Parallelism 9-10 Part III. A. Implication 10 Introduction Poverty, of all social problems, has the broadest scope, huge impacts on the society’s performance, and negative effects in every life. Millions of children today have no access to basic services such as clean water, health care, schools and hospitals. Whether they live in big cities or rural villages, these children miss out on their childhood. They never have time to grow, learn, play and feel safe. It is not only the government that is involved regarding this matter, rather every person-- rich or poor, young or old, educated or not, even single or married—them, they are all concerned with regards to this issue. This critique paper is made in able for us to realize that poverty strikes even the minutest sentiment in us towards the deprived. Albeit we have the voluminous gap between the rich and the poor, may this be not a hindrance into attaching ourselves into helping poverty stricken families’ rise from these dilemmas, poverty and child trafficking. Part I. A. Story Scene “Some persons of a responding spirit are in great concern about that vast number of poor people, who are aged, diseased, or maimed; and I have been desired to employ my thoughts what course may be taken, to ease the nation of so grievous an

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