In paragraph form, summarize and evaluate
each of the following passages, concentrating mainly on identifying fallacies. Be sure to explain and justify your answer; that is, if you say that a fallacy has been committed, show where the fallacy occurred, how the passage exhibits the characteristics of the fallacy, and explain why you think it is a fallacious argument. Note: the passages may contain more than one fallacy. I need help with this
Higher tuition suggests superior education. These schools called superior by books that rate the quality of colleges and universities are exactly those schools that cost the most to attend. Consequently, you must either pay higher tuition or receive an inferior education.
Higher tuition permits higher salaries for professors. If professors are not kept happy by higher salaries, the quality of the teaching will suffer. The [Canadian Association of University Teachers] points out that the contented faculty member is repeatedly the same one who is rated superior by supervisors.
The point is that students have a vested interest in paying higher tuition. Those students who gripe about tuition are simply uninformed. We all know that you get what you pay for.
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