Read “The Promise” from C. Wright Mills’s book The Sociological Imagination Chapter 1 then answer these questions in paragraph form: Please create a new post telling us how you can use the sociological imagination to critically think about a pressing social issue (e.g., poverty, unemployment, drug addiction, etc.). What is the sociological imagination? What does Mills mean by recognizing the importance of history and biography? What are the differences between troubles and issues? Why does Mills make this distinction?