Argument Evaluation

Argument Evaluation - ArgumentEvaluation 1.) One might say...

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Argument Evaluation 1.) One might say that it was the malice  of the perpetrators that makes the 9/11 deaths so noteworthy, but surely there is plenty of malice present in the 15,000 homicides that occur every year in the United States. And while we have passed strict laws favoring prosecution of murderers, we do not see the huge and expensive shift in priorities that has followed the 9/11 attacks Do the premises sufficiently support the conclusions? Yes o Are the arguments either deductively valid or inductively strong, or are they invalid or weak ? I would say that this argument is valid. We all remember that morning on September 11, 2001. It is very unfortunate that so many people lost their lives that day. The point that the author is try to make is that the country has put so much focus ending terrorism in the world; that we stop looking at other issue closer to home that are killing American each and every day . How with all the new initiatives it become alright to violate and have search our personnel belongs. o
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