Identifying Fallacies - Wasson 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 Yes it is...

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Wasson 1 1.) Yes, it is ridiculous to spend thousands of dollars on whales (red herring) 2.) Yes, plagiarism is deceitful because its dishonest (begging the question) 3.) No, water does not affect the brain and test scores should not be affected (post hoc) 4.) No, red head girls temper is not affected by hair (hasty generalization) 5.) Why should we put people on trial when we know they are guilty? (begging the question) 6.) Supreme Court Justice Byron White was an Ali American football player while in college (hasty generalization) 7.) You support capital punishment just because you want an "eye for an eye," but I have several good reasons to believe that capital punishment
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