DDT: To D or not to D?- Columns assignment- Must use references
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Silent Spring, the classic work by Rachel Carson, is credited with sensitizing the public to the potential hazards of chemicals that were being disseminated into the environment. One of these chemicals was dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, or DDT. What were some of the concerns that led to the banning of DDT in the United States and other developed countries? Do you believe that the hazards associated with DDT outweigh the pesticide’s benefits? Here is one way to crowd-source an effort to find out:
- In your initial posting, make two columns using the discussion editor’s insert table button, or just create two numbered sections in your post.
- In the Pro column or section, provide a single complete sentence argument for banning DDT.
- In the Con column or section, provide a single complete sentence argument against banning DDT.
- Each argument sentence must be accompanied by a citation along with a reference back to your source or sources.