October 07, 2008

Ten on an Island


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The premise is that there are ten people on an island, they are a sovereign nation, and they are trying to best determine how to govern themselves.

Question #6: Two on the island have become full-time fisherman. The other eight think that the prices charged by these fisherman are too high, and want to place price maximums on fish, considering food to be a human right. What should the group do?

3 comments:

Emily said...

Move to Pennsylvania.

Anonymous said...

If the group members can't afford the fish, then they either need to find a way to make more money so they can afford it, or stick to the berries(or whatever other food is on this island.)Or, they can learn to fish.

Sabai said...

sounds good to me anon.