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10.When someone has presented a prima facie case, it is the same as saying they have assumed the burden of: a. rebuttal b. presumptionc. refutation d. proof
11.From the same editorial about teacher tenure, the LA Times makes the statement:“Under current law, a school district has to decide whether to permanently hire a probationary teacher after two years on the job.” Is this an example of structural or attitudinal inherency? ________________________12.If you were arguing to overturn California’s vaccination law, you’d have to overcome both structural and attitudinal inherency.13.Give an example of how you argued the first stock issue of policy propositions in your problem speech. (briefly explain by referencing points from your speech)14.Give an example of how you argued the 2ndand third stock issues of policy propositions in your solution speech. (again, briefly explain by referencing points from your speech)15. An argument from _____________ relies on the credibility and expertise of the sourceto warrant acceptance of a claim.16. Several years ago, the California Supreme Court struck down part of Jessica’s Law, the lawthat prohibits a convicted sex offender from living within 2,000 feet of a park or school. The court found no credible evidence that offenders were more likely to commit sexual offenses if they lived near where children gather. Now there are efforts underway in the state to alsoget rid of some provisions of Proposition 47, a law that reduces felonies to misdemeanors. The LA Times says if the state wants to remove some provisions, it should look to what wasdone with Jessica’s law and take action based on that. In advocating this approach, the Times is using what kind of reasoning? (answer by naming the reasoning or explaining it).17. An editorial in the LA Times recently argued that California and the federal government should acknowledge the genocide of Native Americans in the state in the 1800’s.” Such a position is an example of a proposition of: ____________________________.18. Let’s say a congressman or woman argues that the United States should hold elections on Saturdays instead of Tuesdays because more people might turn out and vote. Another politician disagrees and argues that the US has always voted on Tuesdays and should continue to do so. The second politician may be committing the fallacy of:_________________________.