Reflect upon Samuel Huntington’s assertions, The Clash of Civilizations and The Remaking of the World Order. (100 words)
- Huntington’s arguments infer that the cultures of the world are all very different. What basic needs and wants are shared by all people of the world?
- What are the major critiques of Huntington’s argument offered by Amartya Sen and Edward W. Said?
18: the best meal of my life. Back to Hopedale, four years later, except this time, we upgraded our living arrangements to an old steam-powered river boat a mile or two down the road. Smiley, the caretaker of the river boat, fixed a low country boil after we arrived back from the familiar channels of my 6th grade trip. With enough crawfish, shrimp, andouille sausage, and corn on the cob to fill up two 120-quart igloo coolers, we ate until the heavenly, creole food grew cold (about 3 or so hours). Our mouths on fire from the pounds of crab boil and Cajun seasoning mixed into the boiling water, we sat on the top deck of the riverboat and watched on CBS as Patrick Reed, to our dismay, sweep the field at The Masters. The muscular red drum broke the surface of the wind-rapped water, attempting to shake the popping cork loose from his gaping jaws. As the fish slid out of the heavy-duty net and onto the weather-stained deck, I counted seven spots, the most of the day. With the 10-horsepower trolling motor propelling the boat slowly, just above the years of built up mud and oyster shells, we monitor the narrow channels, imprisoned by miles of alligator-infested reeds, for rosy, translucent tails trolling five feet off the shore. Before heading back to Dothan after my family’s last trip to New Orleans this past Christmas, we stopped for brunch at Atchafalaya, the only restaurant in Nola with five A’s. Known as one of the top 10 brunch restaurants in the country, Atchafalaya is famous for their chicken and biscuits, so obviously, I accompanied that order with a cup of turtle and alligator gumbo. These chicken and biscuits may seem simple, but they aren’t even in the same category as the generic Hardees chicken biscuit. Two homemade buttermilk biscuits, topped with two whole fried chicken breasts, and doused in gravy, along with the gumbo that sounded like ro>GET ANSWER