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Introducing < I>Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints< /I> is inspired by the highly acclaimed < I>Opposing Viewpoints< /I> series. Like its parent < I>Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints< /I> explores a specific issue by placing opinions from a wide range of sources in a unique pro/con format. Each anthology features 14-16 carefully edited, accessible articles that clearly express various perspectives on the topic at hand. Useful charts, graphs, and cartoons illustrate each article, while attractive color photos enliven the text. Engaging fact boxes further provide the reader with at-a-glance information. Thought-provoking questions that focus on vocabulary and reading comprehension enhance each viewpoint and help prepare students for the verbal sections of the SAT test. Furthermore, every title is supplemented with annotated bibliographies and information for further research < I>Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints< /I> titles are a wealth of information in a bright, engaging package; this disarming combination helps students grasp the controversies of our increasingly complex world.
Presents a collection of essays that offer variety opinions on the subject of a military draft, including whether the draft should be reinstated in the United States, how a military draft will affect society, and who should be drafted.
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