argument - Nick Fortune January 23, 2006 English 102-35 1....

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Nick Fortune January 23, 2006 English 102-35 1. “It’s the economy, stupid.” This is an argument being made about the Bill Clinton campaign. It seems to me like it is saying the current problem in the U.S. and not anything else. “Nixon’s the one.” This is a hasty generalization. This fallacy is saying because Nixon is who the writer thinks is the right choice for president, he is the choice everyone should make. “Remember the Alamo.” I feel this is a sentimental appeal. It is used to create an emotional thought in the reader’s mind and the Alamo was the location of a tragic battle. “Make love, not war.” This means as a country we should be more worried about creating peace in the world instead of fighting other countries battles. This is an example of moral equivalence trying to convince Americans to think of their morals before harming others. “A chicken in every pot.” This was a statement by President Hoover meaning Americans would have success during the depression.
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