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Poverty: The Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing the World Today, and a Proposal to Resolve it

Poverty: The Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing the World Today, and a Proposal to Resolve itby Zhang Ruiwen, Eton CollegeEntry for Essay Contest 2017, High SchoolPoverty is the greatest ethical challenge of our time, and almost always tops governments’ list of priorities. Although just coming to the fore of public and academic discourse in the past century, it is an implicit factor in nearly all major issues facing the world today, whether local, regional, or global, from human and drug…See More
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Poverty: The Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing the World Today, and a Proposal to Resolve it

Poverty: The Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing the World Today, and a Proposal to Resolve itby Zhang Ruiwen, Eton CollegeEntry for Essay Contest 2017, High SchoolPoverty is the greatest ethical challenge of our time, and almost always tops governments’ list of priorities. Although just coming to the fore of public and academic discourse in the past century, it is an implicit factor in nearly all major issues facing the world today, whether local, regional, or global, from human and drug…See More
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Poverty: The Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing the World Today, and a Proposal to Resolve it

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Poverty: The Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing the World Today, and a Proposal to Resolve it

by Zhang Ruiwen, Eton College

Entry for Essay Contest 2017, High School

Poverty is the greatest ethical challenge of our time, and almost always tops governments’ list of priorities. Although just coming to the fore of public and academic discourse…

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