Final BH

In the Chicago Tribune column by John Kass entitled Appalling Moutza News from Greece (December 5, 2017), what does Kass say is the main reason why the Greek government's ban of the moutza is personally insulting to him? Do you think most informed Americans would agree that the Greek government's ban of the moutza by motorists is a poorly considered policy that would be similar to if the US government tried to ban "flipping the bird"? Provide examples from any of your reading, your conversations with other Americans or your experience to support your evaluation of the author's assertion.

Moutza! The Movie by John Kass for The Chicago Tribune [February 10, 2017]

Fine Awaits Greek Professional Drivers Giving the Moutza by Tasos Kokkindos in Greek Reporter [Dec. 3, 2017]

Middle Fingers Up: A Brief History of Flipping the Bird by Elizabeth King for [May 31, 2016]

Digitus Impudicus: The Middle Finger and the Law by Ira P. Robbins for Wired Magazine

The Middle Finger Emoji Could Land You in Jail in the UAE by Mari Shibata for Motherboard [June 18, 2015]


All finals should be turned in to me by Saturday, December 16 [2017] by 6:00 PM.