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Brief Causal Arguments-theshocker69

Single Cause with a Single Effect (X causes Y) Taking guns away from our citizens will only make it easier for criminals to commit crimes against society. Single Cause with Several Effects (X causes Y and Z) Taking guns away … Continue reading

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Brief Causal Argument

Fast food and other poor eating habits are affecting people around the world negatively regarding their health. When one person in the family eats poorly not only himself but his children could be born with high blood pressure or other … Continue reading

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Causal Argument- Collegekid9

In Vancouver, the crime rate is large because heroin addicts are committing crimes to support their habits. These addicts are having a hard time completing daily activities such as maintaining jobs, interactions, and relationships. The users often have no limits … Continue reading

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The Birth of Street Crime African American people tend to commit street crimes because they are living in poverty and were once slaves. In 1619, the first slave ships landed in the North American colony of Jamestown, Virginia. Slaves were … Continue reading

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Casual Argument — dragon570

No Helmets In Football The brain is the most vital part of our bodies because it houses our neurons which allows us to walk, talk, and move. A single very hard hit, or a series of smaller hits, can cause … Continue reading

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Causal Argument – Tiggs18

The Epidemic When looking at sports, you see good things that happen to athletes but then you also see bas things.  Some of the bad things that happen to athletes are them doing stupid things outside of the field or … Continue reading

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