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EvaluAtiveArgument

Page history last edited by PBworks 14 years, 9 months ago

This evaluative argument was taken from an editorial from the Williamsport Sun Gazette. The editorial talked about how horrible it was that major oil companies are making an all time high of profits and yet we are still seeing a raise in gas prices. She claims that we are being "strangled" by countries that have a large supply of oil and the big oil companies in our own country. Her resolution to this problem is to lower the speed limit, so we use less gas, make car companies produce fuel efficient cars, and bring back the old cars that use to get 50 miles to the gallon. Another counter argument that I have is to try to conserve your gas by combining trips. The nearest town to me is 10 minutes away so in order to save on gas we make one trip into town and do all our errands at once. You could also try to carpool with people to your jobs.

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