Argumentative Essay

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  • Argumentative Essay On The Holocaust

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    World War II was a controversial period in history that has forever changed the way that the world sees war and conflict. During the earlier, European stage of this war, Nazi Germany began the systematic disposal of Europe’s Jewish population, known as the Holocaust. For Hitler and the instigators of the Third Reich, the genocide of what would become millions of Jewish people was the “final solution” to the so-called problem of the Jewish presence in Germany and surrounding nations. Hitler believed

  • Eugenics Argumentative Essay

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    Eugenics is the science of genetic breeding. Simply put, it is a philosophy that advocates the improvement of the human gene pool by aiming to increase reproduction between individuals that bear beneficial or desired traits, while reducing the reproduction of individuals with less desirable traits. These two methods of improving the gene pool are known as positive eugenics and negative eugenics, respectively. Currently, eugenics has a very negative connotation, and much of this bad reputation can

  • Logos Argumentative Essay

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    Logos: the power of reason Logos, or the appeal to arguments based on reason, is the only obligatory proof of the triad of invention. Logos is about the message when logic and reasoning are recruited to persuade the target audience. Aristotle considered this as the most important of the three factors involved in political rhetoric, he writes in his Rhetoric ‘persuasion is clearly a sort of demonstration, since we are most fully persuaded when we consider a thing to have been demonstrated

  • Argumentative Essay On Gentrification

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    There is an ongoing battle here in the United States of America, throughout the whole world for that matter and it is time to put a stop to it. Dating back to the third century, gentrification has always been a fight for the less fortunate individuals. Gentrification is the buying and renovating of houses and businesses in low-income, urban communities by upper-class individuals and companies, thus improving property values but displacing lower-income families already residing there. Not only is

  • Adderall's Argumentative Essay

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    There are individuals that believe that Adderall is a form of cheating. They think Adderall gives students that use the drug an unfair advantage over students that do not use the drug. Other opponents of the drug say that people are irresponsible and government legalization of over the counter usage will lead to drug abuse. Studies arguing against improper drug use say that the pharmaceutical industry sells the drug under false pretenses to non symptom-showing patients, leading to “abuse of the

  • Cell Phone Argumentative Essay

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    Final Draft of Argumentative Essay The Usage of Cell Phones Has More Negative than Positive Effects on People Technology and the need to keep in touch have promoted the escalation of cellular telephones all around the world. These devices can provide voice calling, entertainment, text messaging, directions and web access, all at the click of a button. Nowadays, nearly every adult has a cell phone, and not to mention children as well. The explosion of cell phone use in the last few decades has been

  • Argumentative Essay On The Giver

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    It may be accurate to say that the majority of people at some point in their lives have felt as if someone else was trying to take their freedom away. The only thing that changes is the level of magnitude that the person who is trying to control the other one decides to use. We currently live under a regime that seems to have had it all figured out since the beggining of time. The kind of society generally governing the world is such that leaders are selected to make decisions they believe will serve

  • Argumentative Essay On Free Will

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    What exactly is free will? Do human beings all have free will? These open ended and undetermined questions have perplexed many for as long as humans have been making choices. Any person you propose this question to will often a very distinct answer to it, and any specific person’s answer may greatly differ to the next. There is an innumerable amount of perceived answers to those questions addressed in the beginning of the text; because of this there are countless answers it seems that there is no

  • Argumentative Essay On Globalization

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    FOREWARD: It is quite a task to write a research paper on something as contentious as Globalization. It is even harder to bring out the benefits of globalization as today all the evil that happens around is attributed to this concept, which has existed in simpler as well as complex times and thus cannot and should not be blamed. In fact, I purport that Globalization always aims to make everything easier. It strives to work for all and not just few. It is wise to cite an analogy in the words of David

  • Argumentative Essay On Veganism

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    Is It Healthier To Have A Vegan Lifestyle By Nick Trutickoff Oct 24, 2009 When it all started and the very popular Elsie and Donald utilized the word VEGAN to define the strict vegetarians, the life style and the diet were literally misunderstood. Many vegetarians as well refused to associate themselves with this radical movement. The practice of veganism started a health crazed and clubby fame. Their diet eventually became truly admired and popular with the countercultural groups, especially of