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# . Give, if possible, an example of a true conditional sentence for which (a) the

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Problem 13

. Give, if possible, an example of a true conditional sentence for which (a) the converse is true. (b) the converse is false. (c) the contrapositive is false. (d) the contrapositive is true.

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▯ Migration into cities and the US ▯ John Thompson: Scottish, photographing in England  Worked in Singapore first and opened a photo studio there  Went to China  Moved back to England and met journalist who wrote about eh conditions of London (homelessness) and takes photographs for him o Documentary of the streets of London  Crawlers: derogatory term about homeless people, that they crawled around on the ground ▯ Thomas Annan: photograph slums of tenements ▯ Jacob Riis: Danish, came over to NYC and started off as a journalist (sensationalism) and then became a police reporter and got into photography  Tenements in NY, bad conditions  Mulberry Street: architectural problems

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