PROJ 2 DRAFT 2

PROJ 2 DRAFT 2 - Spring 2008 To: Ms. Sadre-Orafai From:...

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Spring 2008 Tankesley Engl 1102-H2 To: Ms. Sadre-Orafai From: Lauren Tankesley Date: February 25, 2008 Subject: Project 2 Draft 2 In advance, thank you for taking your time to read my essay. I’ve made a few changes that my peers recommended such as wording, and I also reworked some areas where I included my opinion. Please help me find anything else that may be wrong.
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Spring 2008 Tankesley Engl 1102-H2 There are very few defenders of sweatshops and third world labor, but there are those who support it fully and even say that it is a reputable source of development in third world countries. Nicholas Kristof, a notable columnist in The New York Times , is one of those people, and in the article “Defending Sweatshops ,” Richard Rothstein evaluates Kristof almost as thoroughly and harshly as the toughest movie critic. Rothstein presents a good argument in some aspects by explaining his reasoning in criticizing Kristof, but he fails in other ways to show the reader that he has a fully developed argument. A good argument contains worthy citation and ample evidence, given that there is a foundation on which to begin arguing. Also, it must contain a valid point which is made by the author and support for the authors claim. Rothstei n’s criticism of Kristof
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ENGL 1101 taught by Professor Sadre-orafai during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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