1. Imagine you have been asked to address a national convention of compassionate persons on the issue of world hunger. You would like to appreciate both the importance of their involvement to assist
and the dangers of compassion. What would you say to this audience of compassionate people about the importance, the dangers and factors to consider in addressing world hunger?
2. You have been asked by the president of the United States to draft a policy statement on the question of how the United States should respond to world hunger. What main elements would it contain?
Mention and explain the elements, addressing why the elements are worth the consideration.