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Internet communication, wireless revolution, fast food, satellite
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Computers, cell phones, ATMs, high speed trains, space shuttles, Internet communication, wireless revolution, fast food, satellite spying, cloning, Genome mapping, NASDAQ trading, DVDs, international space station, plastic surgery, two car garages, New Age, two income household, digital quality, microwavable, retirement benefits, life insurance, bankruptcy, New Wave, credit card fraud, one hundred and fifty channels, online banking and surround sound.

Many believe that the desire to live a lifestyle complete with the latest technology represents a wave of materialism sweeping through our nation.

Based on your reading and understanding of Thoreau, defend (support), challenge (oppose), or qualify (partially agree and disagree with) the philosopher’s views as they relate to the opinion that our technological society is an indication of our materialistic values.

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