UNICEF, Habitat for Humanity, the Peace Corps—these are the organizations that work to improve conditions for those less fortunate.
Singer believes that the wealthy are not always as helpful as they could be considering their available means.
If the ways of the wealthy were to change, a new moral majority can be formed.
Overall, I feel that I am at a good start for this particular essay and I think that I can only improve from here. I feel that this essay has the most freedom when it comes to the thought that goes into it.
The changes that I made helped to improve the cohesiveness of my paper.
This idea came from the Social Gospel—the idea that the wealthy should use their money to assist the less fortunate.
Singer’s wish that prosperous citizens should donate money to organizations such as UNICEF would certainly reap the most ultimate positive benefit: the salvation of the hungry and sick who live without the means to help themselves.
I messed around with the topic sentences and clinchers and I changed the ideas in my third body paragraph.
I actually enjoy writing this essay and I don’t think that I would mind practicing them more.
Materialism plays a large role in Western culture and important world crises are often absent from consciousness.
Singer argues that “whatever money you’re spending on luxuries, not necessities should be given away.” It becomes clear that Singer is channeling the notions of famous philanthropists JP Morgan, Rockefeller, and Andrew Carnegie.