“The Issue is Race, not Religion” by Bob Jones III.

“The Issue is Race, not Religion” by Bob Jones III.

· An introduction in which you name his essay, his name and when and where it was first published.  This intro should also include his thesis statement (if you can

find it) and your own thesis statement in which you evaluate how effective his rhetorical strategies were for defending his thesis.

· A minimum of 3 body paragraphs with at least 3 examples in each one.

· Elegant transitions between paragraphs.

· A brilliant conclusion.

Sample

In “The Issue is Religion, Not Race,” written by Bob Jones III, and published originally in the Washington Post on January 24, 1982, the thesis is that         .

Unfortunately, there are so many fallacies in this essay that they can easily be grouped by type:     ,    , and     .  The result is probably not what Jones intended:

the steady stream of logical fallacies weakens his thesis considerably, so much so that his essay borders on the ridiculous.

Here is a sample skeleton outline for support:

Arguable topic sentence.  (A [ ] can be defined as a [ ]).  One example of [ ] occurs in ¶ #, where the author states “…………….”  This [ ] has the effect of [

] on the reader.  Another example of this device can be found in ¶ #.  When [whatever his/her name is] uses the phrase [ ] the reader is left with the impression that

[ ].  [more examples].  Concluding statement and transition.

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