Develop a policy argument or claim that is definitive, designative, evaluative, and advocative, using one of these terms (a) crime, (b) pollution, (c) terrorism, (d) quality of life

Develop a policy argument or claim that is definitive, designative, evaluative, and advocative, using one of these terms (a) crime, (b) pollution, (c) terrorism, (d) quality of life

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Develop a policy argument or claim that is definitive, designative, evaluative, and advocative, using one of these terms: (a) crime, (b) pollution, (c) terrorism, (d) quality of life, (e) global warming, (f) fiscal crisis, (g) human rights, and (h) unemployment.

-Convert the argument in the first discussion into a policy debate by providing an objection and a rebuttal. Explain if and why the qualifier changed after introducing an objection and rebuttal. If the qualifier did not change, explain why it did not change.

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In the late twentieth century many citizens in Western societies began to recognize that if other societies consumed resources at the same rate that they did, the ecosystem soon would be exhausted and unable to reproduce itself. That recognition motivated the...

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