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Unformatted text preview: This House should lower the age to rent a car (GOV) GOVERNMENT I. Resolutional Analysis: This House should lower the age to rent a car. a. Background information / story leading into the resolution: According to Jules Polonetsky, commissioner for the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs, “"Every under-25 driver shouldn't be treated like some out-of-control frat student on his way to a beer bash.” b. Definition(s) of key terms in the resolution: lower: to make lower in height or level, age: a period of human life, measured by years from birth, rent: to take and hold (property, machinery, etc.) in return for the payment of rent to the landlord or owner, car: an automobile. c. Weighing mechanism = net benefits I I. Inherency: Mom-and-pop car-rental shops that are not affiliated with national chains may also be more accommodating and may already rent to drivers as young as 18 this is not inherency. Here you need a statement that says why things can’t be left alone. For example, inherency....
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