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Unformatted text preview: as Americans should be hopeful and supportive of the efforts to change the world into a place of peace, instead of violence. 6. Briefly summarize in your own words what you understand to be the authors thesis in the NO argument: 7. Did reading these two arguments change any of your opinions or affect your political philosophy to any degree? Explain your answer: 8. If the YES argument were to prevail, how would it change public policy? Is that good or bad? Explain: 9. If the NO argument were to prevail, how would it change public policy? Is that good or bad? Explain: 10. What is your position on the issue? Full explain your answer (minimum 150-200 words):...
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