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if it an argument i want it to be done diagrammatically showing precise and conclusion. Thank you.


please kindly assist me to determine if this is an argument, explanation or description. if it an argument i want it to be done diagrammatically showing precise and conclusion.

Thank you.

1. To the extent that it is working at all, the press is always a participant in, rather than a pure observer of, the events it reports. Our decision on where (and where not) to be and what (and what not) to report have enormous impact on the political and governmental life we cover. We are obliged to be selective.  We cannot publish the Daily Everything. And so long as this is true-so long as we are making choices that 1) affect what people see concerning their leaders and 2) inevitably cause those leaders to behave in particular ways-we cannot pretend we are not participants.

2.Many people oppose any tax on e-commerce . . . on the grounds that e-commerce is driving, and will continue to drive the national economic expansion; that it will increase tax revenues from computer hardware and telecommunications; and that it will create millions of additional jobs. This amounts to a claim that e-commerce, without being taxed directly will nevertheless augment federal tax revenues. Yet, it is clear that the less we tax electronic business the more we must tax something else if we are to maintain a given level of government spending. Some people plausibly interpret this to mean that imposing no new tax on Web commerce will add to the disadvantages of the poor, who have less access to the internet.

3.City Council should approve the proposed downtown arena for several reasons. First, the need for the arena is obvious. Once the evidence is examined it becomes clear that the existing arena is inadequate. Moreover, it will revitalize the downtown and create an opportunity of other business to benefit from the increase in traffic. The question is whether or not the city can afford to build the arena. The problem is that the arena costs will run about $450 million. The city can raise another $250 million in a ticket tax and in property taxes for the new development over a 20 year period. The developer is willing to contribute $100 million, so that leaves a shortfall of $100 million. But, $100 million in a city of our size isn't really very much money and wouldn't take much to raise. I think that the city can afford the new arena.

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