Using Chapter 3 (How Markets Crowd Out Morals) in the attached pdf of the book “What money can’t buy” by Michael J. Sandel answer separately:
1. In chapter 3, Sandel writes of ‘corruption’ with respect to the valuation of items/services which, he thinks, should not be bought and sold on the market. How do markets corrupt? You can use an example to elucidate your answer.
2. Using chapter 3, answer: how might a good ‘dissolve’ when it is paid for with money? Please give an example and explain the way goods can ‘dissolves’.
Each answer should be about half a page, single spaced.