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2. Brushes and drag cloths hurt the finish. 3. [Unstated:] ICA-sponsored tests don’t really prove that automatic car washes are easier on cars than home washes. 4. The home washes in the tests may not have been “average.” 5. The automatic washes in the tests were surely in perfect working order (that is, in better condition than the “average” automatic wash). 6. Most automatic car washes may not be properly maintained (we can’t tell). 7. If you follow a mud-caked pickup through the wash, there may be dirt in the brushes or cloths that are dragged over your car. 8. You should wash your own car. ( Or: You’re better off washing your own car; or: Home washing is easier on your car than automatic car washes.) IM – 2 | 15
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▲14.1. Measure A is consistent with the city’s General Plan and city policies…. 2. A “yes” vote will affirm the wisdom of well-planned, orderly growth…. 3. Measure A substantially reduces the amount of housing previously approved for Rancho Arroyo. 4. Measure A increases the number of parks and amount of open space. 5. Measure A significantly enlarges and enhances Bidwell Park. 6. Approval of Measure A will require dedication of 130.8 acres to Bidwell Park. 7. Approval of Measure A will require the developer to dedicate seven park sites. 8. Approval of Measure A will create 53 acres of landscaped corridors and greenways. 9. Approval of Measure A will preserve existing arroyos and protect sensitive plant habitats…. 10. Approval of Measure A will create junior high school and church sites. 11. Approval of Measure A will plan villages with 2,927 dwellings. 12. Approval of Measure A will provide onsite job opportunities and retail services. 13. [Unstated conclusion:] You should vote for Measure A. IM – 2 | 16
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15. 1. A project with 3,000 houses and 7,000 new residents cannot properly be called a “village.” 2. Citizens of Chico will be better off if they vote no on Measure A. [Vote no on Measure A.] 3. The project will not protect agricultural land. 4. The Greenline protects valuable farmland. 5. With the Greenline, there is enough land in the Chico area available to build 62,000 new homes. 6. The project’s park dedications will not reduce use of Bidwell Park. 7. The developers want to attract 7,000 new residents [who will use the park]. 8. The developers will not provide a school site [without cost to the taxpayers]. 9. The developers intend to sell the site to the school district, which will pay for it with taxpayers’ money. One could include the claim “Chico does not need the Rancho Arroyo project” as the conclusion of a subargument—in the place of claim 2 in the diagram—and let it support the final conclusion: One should vote against Measure A. (Chapter 13 discusses getting “ought” conclusions from “is” premises—we won’t complicate the example here by introducing an additional premise.) IM – 2 | 17
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16. 1. My relative’s client, who was serving a life sentence for murder, escaped and murdered someone else.
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