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18. For each of the following passages, determine whether it does or does not contain an argument, and give reasons for your judgment. If the passage does contain an argument, indicate the conclusion. - Command (nothing relevant to an argument) 19. I just can’t sleep tonight. That coffee I drank at the party must not have been decaffeinated. Explanation - Argument 20. When we think of the casualties of war, we take some small comfort in thinking of the heroics of the soldiers who gave their lives. But as natural as that may be, it’s tragically mistaken. The primary casualties of war are civilians. CONCLUSION Just think of the recent cases of genocide in Rwanda and Sudan and Bosnia, to name but a few most recent locations of war. \ - Argument 21. People came to the United States from India to attend universities and find employment opportunities that were not even imagined in that part of the world. Now, with out sourcing, Indians are returning to their home country for exactly the same reasons. - Explanation, why Indians came here and why they are now leaving 22. In my opinion, the preamble to the Missouri statute is unconstitutional for two reasons. To the extent that it has substantive impact on the freedom to use contraceptive procedures, it is inconsistent with the central holding in Griswold. To the extent that is merely makes “legislative findings without operative effect,” as the State argues, it violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. (Justice John Paul Stevens, Webster v. Reproductive Health Services , 1989) - Argument 23. If all goes well, the reactor and the steam generators in a nuclear power plant of the pressurized-water variety maintain a stable, businesslike relationship such as might obtain between two complementary monopolies. The reactor can be thought of as selling heat to the steam generators. (Daniel Ford, Three Mile Island: Three Minutes to Meltdown ) - Description 24. If all goes well, the reactor and the steam generators in a nuclear power plant of the pressurized-water variety maintain a stable, businesslike relationship such as might obtain between two complementary monopolies. The reactor can be thought of as selling heat to the steam generators. The meltdown was inevitable, then, since all monopolies turn on their customers. PREMISE - Argument 25. The woman who took the lead role in the film was quite beautiful, as everyone noticed right away. I say this because she was tall, with flaming-red hair and emerald-green eyes. The flowing costumes she wore were elegant and lavishly styled. (Adapted from Govier, A Practical Study of Argument ) - Argument 26. Hockey is an active winter game that is quite popular in northern countries such as Russia 4
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and Canada. The game requires strength, good motor skills, and terrific eye-hand coordination, exactly what northern cultures prize in a sport. (Adapted for Govier, A Practical Study of Argument ) - Explanation: hockey’s popularity
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