The Macmillan Reader
Longman, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 562 pages
Featuring the same superior teaching apparatus and thought-provoking selections as its widely-praised parent text, The Longman Reader, Brief Edition is an all new, shorter, more portable alternative to the best-selling, rhetorically-organized original, The Longman Reader (formerly titled The Macmillan Reader ).
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In the end, they argue, every child had to make his own choices. That, of course,
is true — making choices is the essence of free will. But where values clarification
departed from older moral philosophies was in its contention that children do ...
Assume you want to argue that the use of live animals to test product toxicity
should be outlawed. To support your claim, you cite the following evidence: first,
current animal tests are painful and usually result in the animal's death; second, ...
Imagine a writer argues the following: "A law should be passed requiring
dangerous pets like German shepherds and Doberman pinschers to be
restrained by fences, leashes, and muzzles." Such an argument begs the
question since it ...
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THE READING PROCESS
ETHICS AND MORALITY
THE WRITING PROCESS
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