This is a 4 shorts essay assignment. Each editorial listed below has to answer separately
Will the left Survive the Millennials?
By Lionel Shriver SEPT. 23, 2016
Protecting Freedom of Speech involves protecting the voices of people with whom you may violently disagree. In my youth, liberals would defend the right of neo-Nazis to march down Main Street. I cannot imagine anyone on the left making that case today.
A Right to a Lawyer to Save Your Home
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD SEPT. 23, 2016
Having a lawyer makes all the difference. When tenants represent themselves in court, they end up being evicted almost half the time. With a lawyer, tenants win 90 of the time.
End U.S Support for the Thugs of Honduras
By DANA FRANK SEPT. 22. 2016
Rather than continue to shore up a repressive government by paying for its thugs, the United States Should suspend all police and military aid to Honduras immediately, including Funds for training and equipment. And instead of promoting cosmetic reforms as cover for the security forcesâ€™ abuses, the Obama administration should address the demands of Honduras for a truly independent, united Nations-backed commission on corruption and impunity.
Hillary Clinton for President
By THE EDITORIAL BOARDSEPT. 24, 2016
Through war and recession, Americans born since 9/11 have had to grow up fast, and they deserve a grown-up president. A lifetimeâ€™s commitment to solving problems in the real world qualifies Hillary Clinton for this job, and the country should put her to work.
Analyze each of the following arguments to identify whether or not it exhibits a fallacy. If it does, define the fallacy you have identified. Keep in mind to identify unclear words or phrases, and propose ways in which those words or phrases may be clarified.
Identify the main point and the supporting points of each argument of each editorial
Identify the premises and conclusion in the following arguments of each editorial above.
Identify both the explicit and implicit premises in the main argument of each editorial above?
Assessment of premises:
Identify both the explicit and implicit premises of the argument presented in each editorial. Assess whether the premises of the argument presented should be accepted or rejected.
Determine whether the conclusion follows from the premises for each editorial above?
Using the Counterexample Method, show that the argumentâ€™s conclusion does not follow for each editorial above?
PS: Answers for each editorial listed above should be a half page to a page in length