Immigration: A Wadsworth Casebook in Argument

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Thompson/Wadsworth, 2004 - Education - 306 pages
IMMIGRATION, the third volume in The Wadsworth Casebooks in Argument series, covers the forms of argumentation, including how to write source-based argumentative papers, and offers a wide variety of readings based on the theme.

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Contents

CHAPTER 2
29
CHAPTER 4
55
CHAPTER 5
133
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Sharon K. Walsh has her M.A. and Ph.D. in English from the University of Chicago, specializing in rhetrorical criticism. She began her teaching career at the secondary level and has taught at several colleges, including 23 years at Loyola University Chicago.

Evelyn D. Asch attended the University of Chicago, where she received a B.A. and M.A., and her Ph.D. from the Committee on the History of Culture. She has taught across the curriculum in the humanities and social sciences at Shimer College, DePaul University, and Loyola University Chicago. She is currently a researcher in the Institute for Public Policy at Northwestern University.

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