Juliet Schor, author in “Work, Spend,” claims that many Americans feel materiall
Juliet Schor, author in “Work, Spend,” claims that many Americans feel materiall
Juliet Schor, author in “Work, Spend,” claims that many Americans feel materially dissatisfied. We work staggeringly long hours, and yet walk around with ever-present mental "wish lists" of things to buy or get, and we save less than virtually anyone in the world. She argues that American’s have substituted a never ending list of “wants” in place of needs and have become “imprisoned in capitalism’s ‘squirrel cage’” and are eternally caught in a work and spend cycle. Is Juliet Schor’s claim applicable to modern day American society? Write a Toulmin argument in which you prove or disprove Schor’s arguments. Write a clear argumentative thesis on the topic. Address at least three major argument’s Schor makes and provide support for your point of view.

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