2. "Competition is ultimately more beneficial than detrimental to society."
Generally speaking, competition contributes to progress in society.
1. Generally speaking, competition contributes to progress in society.
Argument 149 The following is a memorandum from the director of personnel to the president of Get-Away
"Since our mechanics are responsible for inspecting and maintaining our aircraft, Get-Away Airlines should
pay to send them to the Quality-Car
Few problems on the American scene have caused so much concern and widespread public
anxiety as does the dispute over pros and cons of modern technology. Is luxuries and conveniences
of contemporary life brought about by advanced science actuall
Few issues on the American scene have caused so much concern and widespread public interest as
does the debate that whether imagination is a more valuable asset than experience. In asserting
that people who are less experienced are more likely t
The nation needed immediate relief, recovery from economic collapse, and reform to
avoid future depressions, so relief, recovery and reform became Franklin D.
Roosevelt's goals when he took the helm as president. At his side stood a Democratic
1. Few issues on the American scene have caused so much concern and widespread interest as
does the debate over ultimate goal of students present study especially when they choose a
major in college. Should college students give precedence to maj
Few issues on the American scene cause so much concern and widespread public interest as does
the comparison of competition and cooperation. Generally, is competition means harmful affects
and negative results in most cases, while it does little