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Unformatted text preview: In the article Torture by a Different Name, by Joanne Mariner, the author vaguely states that clear understanding is good but some times this political and economical language is necessary. The article is about the speech given by President Bush about the issue of torturing the terrorists by the CIA. The author feels that the President is softening the facts, and giving conflicting end of the speech to confuse the clear stand of the President, humanity vs. liberty. The author feels that this is ok because these soften facts give hopes and rising spirit to the people. Lee 1 In the article Torture is Torture, by Eugene Robinson, the author state that he does not see the difference between the torture of terrorist by the CIA to any other torture done by other countries. He feels that the President is hiding the truth from the people. Also that torture is wrong, what ever the cause is. Lee 2...
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