An Argument to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons

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Essay #: 057033
Total text length is 3,533 characters (approximately 2.4 pages).

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An Argument to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons
Specific Purpose: To convince the audience that nuclear weapons are perhaps the greatest threat to the survival of the planet and should be eliminated at all costs by direct action.
Thesis: Nuclear weapons are completely unnecessary and are dangerous in manifold ways and must be eliminated by direct action.
Method of Organization: Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
Attention1. “More than 150,000 people are thought to have
died when the bombs fell on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima on 6 August 1945, and on Nagasaki three days later” (Young & Edwards 6).
2. The long term effects of exposure to nuclear
bombs is not entirely known, but radiation is
already known to cause cancer and can alter DNA
such that...
The end:
.....clusion
Action1. Your efforts to get involved are the only
way to truly eliminate nuclear weapons as war-
mongering governments make a lot of money off
of military posturing.
2. The future of the planet is completely in
your hands. If nuclear weapons are not
eliminated, eventually they will be used.
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