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Unformatted text preview: - not someone to be trusted. His argument is
almost defensive, as he defends Bin Laden and his choices. He acts as if the reason his people
attacked Americans is because we did it first. “PowerPoint is Evil” is not pointed at person or
group in particular. It simply evaluates how beneficial the powerpoint system is compared to
simple essay writing. The author asks the reader questions, and while his position is obvious, his
diction creates a little more of an easy feel. The first argument actually pulls logos, specific
examples with proven percentages,...
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