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Made in the U.S.A.-Dumped in Brazil, Africa, Iraq

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Remember: Non-moral questions include matters of fact.
1. Complete the following statements by filling in the blanks with either "moral" or "non-moral." Transfer the answered question to your paper.
a. Whether or not dumping should be permitted is a question.
b. Are dangerous products of any use in the "Third World" is a _____question.
c. "Is it proper for the US government to sponsor the export of dangerous products overseas?" is a _____question.
d. Whether or not the notification system will protect the health and safety of people in foreign lands is a _____question.

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Discussion questions:
Remember: Non-moral questions include matters of fact.
1. Complete the following statements by filling in the blanks with either "moral" or "non-moral." Transfer the answered question to your paper.
There is a significant difference between moral and non-moral statements. A non-moral (factual) statement means that the issue is a matter of fact. When we deal with moral statements, we're dealing with statements where the consequence can improve or threaten human welfare. We have to evaluate each question based upon the moral issue involved.
a. Whether or not dumping should be permitted is a question. We know from the ...

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