auEvaluate critically the arguments for both sides of the issue. Remember that
auEvaluate critically the arguments for both sides of the issue. Remember that persuasiveness of your conclusion is measured both on the strength of your supporting arguments and on the strength of the contrary arguments you defeat. This is NOT an excercise in advocacy.
A good argumentative paper of this sort requires you to make every effort to address the strongest arguments of the view you oppose. This requirement may be reflected in the tendentiuos wording of some of the prompts below.
Ban religious symbols from U.S. Public Schools, as in France’s “veil law.” (Research the law banning wearing conspicuous religious symbols in French public schools, and also consider Paul Collier Exodus: Immigration and Multiculturalism in the 21st Century (2013), pp.96-109.
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