The debate focuses on the job outsourcing in the steel-rod industry. a political pundit explains that it is necessary to impose restrictions against job outsourcing to protect workers in the domestic steel-rod industry. the pundit claims that, without protection against job outsourcing, u. s. companies in the steel-rod industry have incentives to outsource their jobs to developing countries where the labor is cheaper. this would leave many u. s. workers in the steel-rod industry unemployed. which of the following justifications is the pundit using to argue for the trade restriction on steel rods
civil rights vs. civil liberties. civil liberties are basic freedoms while civil rights are the basic right to be free from discrimination based on such characteristics as race, disability, color, gender, national origin, and others. discriminating against an employee on the basis of gender is a civil rights violation.
since learning about his learning patterns, logan has become very aware of the thoughts and feelings he experiences as he listens to the “internal chatter” of his patterns.