A modest proposal is about a proposal for getting use of the children who are born poor. The speaker thinks that it is sad that the female beggars waste all their time to feed all of their children instead of having a descent job. If anyone could find a way to give these children a future in common wealth, in his opinion, they will deserve to have a statue of them as preserver of the nation. He wants to find a solution on this problem, and he got an idea himself. His idea is roughly to let the mothers of poor children provide them with milk for 1 year, and then he will take care of them and make them contribute to the feeding and partly clothing of thousands. As a bonus it will prevent voluntary abortions and the mothers from murdering their children because they can’t provide for them. He points out that there so far hasn’t been a good enough proposal for this problem.
In the middle of the story, he tells about an American friend who says it is delicious to eat children. Afterwards he told about his friend, he tells how to make it to an industry. He says that should be eaten most girls it's like when you slaughter cattle. When he comes to what they must weigh before they eaten and how much it will cost. It is the rich who have to eat human flesh because they have the money. And that there not get eating can make gloves and boots. To justify its proposal he says that people already eating human flesh on an island and then he gives six reasons why it is a good idea.
In the last page and a half, he talks about how it would boost Ireland’s wealth and independence, and how Ireland should refrain from trading with any other nations but themselves. He believes it would be better for Ireland if they could rely solely on commodities they could produce themselves.
He also talks about the possibility of skeptics to his scheme. His is however completely confident, that his method is the best, and he wants all opposing politicians to ask the parents of the...