Note that all the examples try to offer something useful at the
1. Prepare a short analysis of the logic featured in “Immigration Time Out”.
Your task is to explore at least two lines of deductive logic and identify at least one logical fallacy. To help your reader follow along, please insert figures (pictures) that graph out the logic into major premise, minor premise, and conclusion. Then you can simply refer to “the major premise in figure 1,” etc.
2. Attached you will find example introductions from previous students. Please read them carefully—really think about what the authors are doing at each step of the introduction. Some of these read very nicely!
Note that all the examples try to offer something useful at the thesis position: an offering to the audience of sorts. I want to encourage everyone to try to pin down what’s most important to understand after having gone through the steps of reading a text extra closely, mapping out what it actually says, and then evaluating its reasoning. Imagine your younger cousin or sibling as the reader, or perhaps imagine a kindhearted adult that must try to make the best choices with the information available (including political messages like this). I imagine you would have A LOT to tell readers like this!
PS – I wanted to pass along a link that I had mentioned: the SPLC’s hate group database mentions Buchanan’s influence in its entry about White Nationalism. Give this a read if you wish. Also note that, to my knowledge at least, Buchanan has never actually claimed to be a White Nationalist (though I’m certain he’s been called that by others). But his work resonates deeply within that community, and he has held a national platform since the 1980’s. He held official positions in several White House administrations and has appeared on TV news shows consistently for decades.
This is low hanging fruit for a reflective passage! And of course, there are perhaps less pointed options available as well—I would love to engage with a discussion about how we read and understand texts, what the reader’s role ought to be, etc. If possible, I challenge you to avoid a list of points in the reflection/discussion section—lead with a topic sentence and develop an extended statement if you can; if you have two big statements to make, perhaps you have two paragraphs to write. Or you can use the conclusion to separate your ideas into two “buckets” of varying levels of generality.
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