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Refute the follwing argument, if possible, by citing any omitted counterveiling evidence (see pp 206-207 from the textbook) you can.

Refute the follwing argument, if possible, by citing any omitted counterveiling evidence (see pp 206-207 from the textbook) you can. If you think the argument is strong and can't be refuted, cite omitted counterveiling evidence that weakens the argument. Once you have made your own attempt to refute the argument, read what others have posted and offer constructive comments to at least two of your fellow classmates. Remember, if you disagree with your classmate(s) do so respectfully. Here is the argument:


"All able-bodied applicants for U.S. citizenship should be required to join the armed forces for three years before being eligible for citizenship. It would help them learn English, strengthen our national defense, inculcate patriotic values, and serve as a deterrent to potential immigrants who care only about what America can do for them and nothing at all about what they can do for America"

Refute the follwing argument, if possible, by citing any omitted counterveiling evidence. If you think the argument is strong and can't be refuted, cite omitted counterveiling evidence that weakens the argument. 


Is immigrants who will become US citizen will learn English in military?

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