Summary: The Wrong Ruling On Vouchers

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“Whenever we remove a brick from the wall that was designed to separate religion and government, we increase the risk of religious strife and weaken the foundation of our democracy” (Justice John Paul Stevens). Every argument needs to be a true or false statement that’s supported by at least two premises and those support systems have to be true to make argument ultimately truthful. The Supreme Court has made a 5-4 decision on the school vouchers that has cause uproar to produce an argument. There’s two premises and a counterargument that is presented in the article that brings support to the conclusion of the argument. “The Wrong Ruling on Vouchers”, published in the New York Times in 2002 declares the argument that the decision on the Cleveland’s

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