YOU MUST ANSWER FROM THE SANDEL TEXTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES: Remember, minimum T

YOU MUST ANSWER FROM THE SANDEL TEXTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES: Remember, minimum TWO references per paragraph, one from the textbook (Sandel, Michael J. 2010. What’s the Right Thing
to Do? New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux), one from
an outside source. NO QUOTES ALLOWED. No first-person, no contractions, no
informal usage allowed. Each paragraph must be a minimum 4 sentences, 100
words, keywords used/underlined/bold. Reference list required, in
CMS format.
Locate a policy-related paper, article, or editorial in current
events media authored or published by an elected official, advocacy group, or
academic institution in your field about where moral and/or religious
convictions were injected into the public debate about professionals’ actions.
https://www.healthcarefinancenews.com/news/senate-passes-measure-striking-down-healthcare-worker-vaccine-mandate
This link is a policy-related paper that would work for this assignment
Paragraph #1) Summarize the article and identify the moral
and/or religious convictions involved. (
Paragraph #2) How does the author justify these convictions?
Paragraph #3) Was the public reaction to such an injection
hospitable to the disagreements about those actions, demonstrating mutual
respect, or was there evidence of intolerance?
Paragraph #4) What do you believe to be the source of the
public reaction?
(keywords: moral/religious conviction, actions, hospitable,
public debate, mutual respect, intolerance, source). (4 paragraphs required).rds. These questions are a reflection of chapter 10 of Sandel’s book. There has to be two in text citations for example… (Sandel 45, 2010) as one of them. So each paragraph has two citations, they can be the same sources throughout the four paragraphs.