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Please score my essay.Thank you so much [#permalink] New post 26 Apr 2011, 23:52
Some people think that governments should spend as much money as possible on developing or buying computer technology. Other people disagree and think that this money should be spent on more basic needs. Which one of these opinions do you agree with? Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.


As money is limited resource, governments have to allocate and use in the most efficient way. One debatable issue is investing on which part is the best solution. Many businessmen believe that spending money on technology helps country move forward even more competitively. Sociologists, nevertheless, think otherwise. In my opinion, I think government should spend money on basic needs like food, health, shelter and education because basic needs are typically the groundwork of life necessity and it is worthwhile to invest on common interest. Also, enhancing basic needs promotes a sustainable development.

To begin with, people normally are concerned about their basic needs before miscellaneous things like technology. As basic needs are what people have to have while computer which is a want is what they would like to have. To illustrate, in the country that poverty is still a tremendous problem, people mostly choose to have foods with nutrition quality and healthcare rather than a brand new series of computer or innovation. That is, basic needs are a necessity of life.

Furthermore, spending money on primary needs is a prerequisite investment for public uses. For example, if government focuses on developing technology, business part will get this benefit the most. Whereas, investing on health is beneficial to citizens broadly whether they are software developers or farmers. In the words, the better basic needs, the better country’s standard of living.

Lastly, when basic needs are fulfilled, people will have potential to develop and buy technology on their own. The obvious evidence is that most of developed countries which have the better education they have capability to develop better computer technology. For example, most inventions and technologies mainly come from the west coast of the United States.

In conclusion, government should spend money on common needs rather than on developing technology as primary needs are closely related to the well-being of citizens in the country. Moreover, it is of worth for majority. Finally, common needs are the foundation of country’s development and growth.


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