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Argument Evaluation Controlling Irrational Fears After 9/11 Argument: In this essay, I shall argue that this reaction was irrational to a great extent and that to that extent Americans unwittingly cooperated with the terrorists in achieving a major goal: spreading fear and thus disrupting lives. In other words, we could have reacted more rationally and as a result produced less disruption in the lives of our citizens. Premise: In other words, we could have reacted more rationally and as a result produced less disruption in the lives of our citizens. Conclusion: and as a result produced less disruption in the lives of our citizens. The premise does support the conclusion because yes if we would have reacted more rationally, there could have been less disruption to our citizens lives. I believe this is a valid argument. The premise is true. Although I strongly believe this is a weak argument. I strongly believe this is a weak argument. Yes, if we would have responded more rationally there would
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course CRT 205 205 taught by Professor Jimmy during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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