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Unformatted text preview: . Jenkins to Vice‐President. He has always supported you in meetings over the years without complaining and yet you keep promoting other people over him, which just isn’t right. A. Arg. from outrage B. Scare tactics C. Arg. by force C. Arg. from pity D. Arg. from envy E. Guilt trip 26. The proposal to reduce spending for the arts just doesn’t make any sense. We only spend $620 million on the arts, while the deficit is closing in on $200 billion. Cutting support for the arts isn’t going to eliminate the deficit, that’s obvious. A. Straw man B. False dilemma C. Perfectionist fallacy D. Slippery slope E. Begging the question 27. Year‐round schools? I’m opposed. Once we let them do that, the next thing you know they’ll be cutting into our vacation time and asking us to teach in the evenings and on the weekends, and who knows where it will end. A. Straw man B. False dilemma C. Perfectionist fallacy D. Slippery slope E. Begging the question 28. Look, maybe you think it’s okay to legalize tribal casinos, but I don’t. Letting every last group of people in the country open a casino is a ridiculous idea, bound to cause trouble. A. Straw man B. False dilemma C. Perfectionist fallacy D. Slippery slope E. Begging the question 29. Look, either we refrain from feeding the cat table scraps, or he’ll be up here on the table with us. So don’t go giving him your asparagus. A. Straw man B. False dilemma C. Perfectionist fallacy D. Slippery slope E. Begging the question 30. It’s totally ridiculous to suppose that creationism is true. If creationism were true, then half of what we know through science would be false, which is complete nonsense. A. Straw man B. False dilemma C. Perfectionist fallacy D. Slippery slope E. Begging the question 31. Here comes the Mayor—get ready for a lot of nonsense from the only elected official to have flunked every history class he ever took. A. Personal attack AH B. Inconsistency AH C. Circumstantial AH D. Poisoning the well E. Genetic Fallacy...
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