Discuss the main benefits of taking an introductory economics course is gaining the literacy to stay more plugged into policy debates. The following links are to blogs, investigative news sites, and podcasts run byeconomists. Use your newfound economic literacy to check them all out and select a post/article/podcastof interest from each link some point in the semester (https://www.nakedcapitalism.com/) (https://pitchforkeconomics.com/episodes/?ordered=desc) (https://robertreich.org/) (https://cepr.net/blog/dean-bakers-beat-the-press/) (https://adamtooze.substack.com/) (https://www.propublica.org/) (https://www.dissentmagazine.org/) (https://www.epi.org/blog/) (https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/podcasts) (https://evonomics.com/) (https://theintercept.com/) (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPJpiw1WYdTMLIyASxEheOVjl1vKkajYj) (https://the.ink/) (https://equitablegrowth.org/insights-expertise/value-added/). Write 14 responses, one page each. Each response should havethree paragraphs: 1) a summary, 2) an explanation of how the topic relates to the course material fromthis semester, and 3) an analysis about the potential role of government intervention in addressing theissue. Be sure to cite appropriately. Upload to Blackboard in a single document (PDF) by May 9th at 2pm.Note: I recommend aiming to do one per week to spread the work out!