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Unformatted text preview: Effective Persuasion To open, I would like to say that I enjoyed reading each of the essays that had both sides of the spectrum. I was not able to read the first essay that due to some issue that stopped them from publishing the story in our e-text books. The two essays that I was able to read that were for assisted suicide although good essays we more personal opinion and only offered personal reasons why they were in favor of legalization without discussing the other side of the issue. The essay that I feel persuaded me the most would be the last one: The case against Physician-Assisted Suicide: For the Right of End-of-Life Care. I feel that this essay was effective in persuading me because he first and foremost presented both sides of the argument by using examples and studies for a country that has allowed assisted suicide for over 20 years which would provide the best examples of either why it should be legal or why it should not be legal. The argument this author makes against assisted suicide is an ethical argument. In the essay he be legal....
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- Spring '11