Michael Short Comm 101 Discussion

Michael Short Comm 101 Discussion - Comm101Discussion 21:06

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Comm 101 Discussion 21:06 Kristina.benson@ucla.edu Arguments Often contradict each other Be Sure that premise is something that is correct (i.e. curtailing individual rights due to  war with iraq) Technically no war in iraq, iraq is our ally PREMISE UPON WHICH ARGUMENTS ARE BASED MUST BE FACT!!!!! Pentagon Papers Pentagon faculty member released documents to New York Times revealing information  that USA had been involved in Vietnam for longer than commonly thought Per curium by the court Direct, immediate, inevitable, irreparable  damage must be evident in order for the  government to keep information secret In making a premise you must define direct, immediate, etc. in order for the premise to  be clear.  It is a good idea to argue against the government in favor of freedom of speech Nebraska Press Basically its ok if jury has heard about the case Its not ok if the jury has made up their mind about the case
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course COMM 10 taught by Professor Suman during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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