This brief version of The Aims of Argument, Third Edition, contains all the material in Part I of the longer version as well as the two appendixes. Only the readings in Part II are excluded, giving each instructor the flexibility to choose whatever readings he or she wants. For key features of the text and a detailed table of contents, please see the preceding entry.occurs between a buyer and seller or, for example, in a hostage situation when terrorists trade a number of hostages for ... After reading about mediatory essays in the following section, decide if the example offered, aquot;How to End the Abortionanbsp;...
|Title||:||The aims of argument|
|Author||:||Timothy W. Crusius, Carolyn E. Channell|
|Publisher||:||Mayfield Pub Co - 1995-10-31|