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I believe that we must assist free peoples to work out their own destinies in their own way. I believe that our help should be primarily through economic and ﬁnancial aid, which is essential to economic stability and orderly political processes. (President Truman, Address to Congress, 1947) ★10. Five college students who were accused of sneaking into the Cincinnati Zoo and trying to ride the camels pleaded no contest to criminal trespass yesterday. The students scaled a fence to get into the zoo and then climbed another fence to get into the camel pit before security ofﬁcials caught them, zoo ofﬁcials said.
Politicians who oppose this change should be ashamed of themselves. 4 Chapter 1 Basic Concepts In the ﬁrst argument, the opening statement serves merely to introduce the topic, so it is not part of the argument. The premise is the second statement, and the conclusion is the last statement. In the second argument, the ﬁnal statement merely makes a passing comment, so it is not part of the argument. The premises are the ﬁrst three statements, and the statement following “for these reasons” is the conclusion.
If, for example, a statement serves merely to introduce the general topic, or merely makes a passing comment, it should not be taken as part of the argument. Examples: The claim is often made that malpractice lawsuits drive up the cost of health care. But if such suits were outlawed or severely restricted, then patients would have no means of recovery for injuries caused by negligent doctors. Hence, the availability of malpractice litigation should be maintained intact. Currently 47 million Americans are without health insurance.
A Concise Introduction to Logic (10th Edition) by Patrick J. Hurley