Arguiung Cause Peer Review RT

While reading did I ever start to mention a solution?
Not that I saw. I think its hard not to mention it in the conclusion buy maybe recap why those ingredients are bad for you to end strong and recall all the information that was said. -Jessica Dulz

Was my paper easy to follow and continue to keep you interested?
Yes it was. -Jessica Dulz

Any suggestions or things I should do to improve my paper?

Work on grammar and use of commas. -Jessica dulz

  • Does the argument answer the basic question: Why did this happen? What questions are you left with after reading the argument?
  • Does the writer establish that the problem exists and that we should care about it? What is missing?
  • What seem to be the main points of the argument?
  • Does the writer genuinely address opposition? What additional opposing viewpoints could the writer address? Can you imagine other objections to the argument?
  • What were your reactions to the text as you were reading it?
  • What is the argument's greatest weakness?
  • What is the argument's greatest strength?

Review by Jessica Dulz
I think you did a good job at answering the basic question. As for questions that I have left I want more answers as to why the FDA has not joined the other countries in the banning of this. I can definitely tell there is a problem that exists and that we should be more cautious as to what we are eating and the food preservatives that go into that. The main point I got from your paper was that the U.S. is one of the last countries to ban ingredients that are hazardous. I did see opposition but I can't see any other objections to the paper. My reaction was shock. I had no idea it was this bad and they could have such negative side affects. Your greatest weakness was grammar and punctuation as for your greatest strength would be facts. Overall it was easy to follow and flowed well.

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