Essay #1 - Colleen Wanner September 2, 2011 Essay #1 Racial...

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Colleen Wanner September 2, 2011 Essay #1 “Racial Profiling at the Airport: Discrimination We’re Afraid to be Against” The essay “Racial Profiling at the Airport: Discrimination We’re Afraid to be Against” by Michael Kinsley possesses the criteria of a good argument. Through the amount of accurate, factual evidence, statistics, and emotional language that is prevalent in Kinsley’s essay, it allows the reader to efficiently understand his argument. The vast amount of reasoning that he describes concerning his claim also helps in creating his concise argument. Kinsley illustrates the characteristics of a thorough argument because he shows his expertise and knowledge of racial profiling and he seems to have trustworthy sources. Michael Kinsley adequately wrote his essay keeping in mind that there are two sides to every argument. He makes it extremely clear that he is able understand the possible objections others might think while reading his essay. “And then there are those passengers in Minneapolis last week who insisted that three Arab men (who had cleared
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course ENGL 1120 taught by Professor Cyr during the Fall '08 term at Auburn University.

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Essay #1 - Colleen Wanner September 2, 2011 Essay #1 Racial...

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