S4 and IA - somethingistrue;however,itcanbedebated.Itis...

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proposition of fact  is a proposition that states that  something is true; however, it can be debated. It is  not simply a  statement  of fact. It often asserts a  cause or effect. The current US policy in Afghanistan has failed to  protect civilians from the Taliban. Government funded abstinence programs result in  higher rates of teenage pregnancy.
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The prohibition of online gambling is damaging the  U.S. economy. Extreme torture tactics do not produce actionable  intelligence. CEO pay structures run counter to economic growth. Note: some POFs clearly suggest the solution more than the problem—e.g.  “Nuclear power is a safe source of energy.” For a topic like this, you may take  more of a myth-busting approach, suggesting that the problem is that people  overestimate the risks of nuclear power. But you may also include arguments 
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