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Unformatted text preview: , as you will for this assignment and for Feeder Two, the examination of audience, speaker, and message, and of ethos, logos, and pathos, is similar. We’ll begin our work with rhetorical analysis by examining rhetorical fallacies in some of the arguments that we interact with on a daily basis. Specifically, you will find a two news stories (print or online)—each on a different side of a single issue— that each use at least one rhetorical fallacy and then analyze how and why these fallacies used. Papers should be between 750 and 1,000 words. Please do not go above or below the length requirements. Please see the U1F1 rubric for more details. Feeder Two: Rhetoric in Law (Individual, 25%) You will now apply your rhetorical analysis skills to legal writing with a rhetorical analysis of Dred Scott v. Sandford. The purpose of this assignment is to learn to read a court opinion and assess the arguments judges use to support ruli...
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