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2.4.4Test (TST):The Rhetoric of ArgumentTestEnglish 9 Sem 2Points Possible:45Name:Evalynn GooldDate:1.In "The Damnation of a Canyon," Edward Abbey writes, "I belong to that ever-growing numberof Americans, probably a good majority now, who have become aware that a fully industrialized. . . elegantly computerized social system is not suitable for human habitation." Though Abbey'spurpose in writing this article is to prove dammed rivers create living environments "not suitablefor human habitation," the reader can infer from details he uses in his article that dammed riversactually benefit people. Using details presented in this article, argue that dammed rivers helphuman beings. (15 points)
2.In the "Adrift in a Moral Sea" section of "Lifeboat Ethics," Garrett Hardin compares a wealthy
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