For Argument's Sake: A Guide to Writing Effective Arguments
Structured around three major phases of writing -- focusing, supporting, and reviewing -- this book satisfies the practical needs of beginning and advanced student writers seeking to perfect their skills. The new edition features coverage of electronic research and resources for supporting arguments.
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