Un control laws should be more stricken in united state
1First page thesis statement and mention the three argument.
2from second page to the six write about the argument
it should be three argument and explain.
last page conclusion .
resources 5 print resource( book magazine and article ,and 5 resources from online , no wikipedia resource make sure the source should be MLA
For example :
Argument Example: (Opening, Source Paragraphs and Closing Statement)
Source paragraphs combine your comments, analysis and evaluation with paraphrases, summaries or quotations from your sources to provide evidence that supports your arguments (reasons). Below I have provided the argument (reason) written by the author (you), the source paragraphs providing the evidence supporting that argument and the closing statement ending this argument. Iave included the thesis so you can understand the argument better, and Iave put the source information in bold just so you can see the amount of material from sources and the amount from the author (you).
Thesis: The war in Iraq was unjustified because there were no weapons of mass destruction, Saddam Hussein was not involved in the 9/11 attacks and sanctions were not given time to work.
One reason why the U.S. attack on Iraq was unjustified and improper is that the claims that the United States made as reasons for going to war were proven to be false and based on poor information. The chief reason offered for going to war was that Saddam Husseinas government was developing weapons of mass destruction that would be threat to the United States, the Middle East, including Israel and the world. The primary weapon that was claimed to be in Saddamas possession was a nuclear weapons program. Once the war began, a hunt for a?WMDsa? was started, but none were never found. Without WMDs, the primary reason offered by the Bush administration for the war on Iraq, the war was unjustified and wrong.
(There would be a couple more paragraphs here establishing the claim of weapons of mass destruction)
After the 2003 invasion of Iraq, an extensive search was begun for weapons of mass destruction throughout Iraq, but to the Bush administrations growing embarrassment, none could be found. According to the Associated Press, Charles Duelfer, head of the Iraq Survey Group, produced a CIA final 92 page report in April 2005 that concluded that after eighteen months of debriefing WMD detainees in Iraq and an extensive investigation that occupied over 1,000 military and civilian translators, weapons specialists and other experts there had been no discovery of any weapons of mass destruction and that the CIA had exhausted every possible avenue for further investigation. According to the CIA, there simply were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq (CIAs Final Report”). With the presence of weapons of mass destruction proven conclusively to be false, all eyes turned to those who had guaranteed the United States government that the weapons were there.
The United States based its information on WMDs on questionable sources who lied and who were unreliable. Douglas Stanglin in USA TODAY reported that Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, code-named a?Curveballa? admitted a?that he made up the stories of mobile bio-weapons trucks and clandestine factories in an effort to bring down the Saddam Hussein regimea? (A1). In the article, Stanglin quotes al-Janabi as saying, a?They gave me this chance. I had the chance to fabricate something to topple the regime. I and my sons are proud of that, and we are proud that we were the reason to give Iraq the margin of democracya? (A2). Clearly, the Bush administration based its decision to go to war with Iraq on false information given to them by a politically-motivated and biased source of information. Many lives, American and Iraqi, have been lost or destroyed based on nothing more than lies and deception.
President Bush was later forced to admit that there had been no WMDs in Iraq. In a speech from the Oval Office on December 18, 2005, Bush stated, a?It is true that Saddam Hussein had a history of pursuing and using weapons of mass destruction. It is true that he systematically concealed those programs, and blocked the work of U.N. weapons inspectors. It is true that many nations believed that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. But much of the intelligence turned out to be wrong. And as your president, I am responsible for the decision to go into Iraqa? (a?Bush Viewa? ). With this admission, even Bushas most passionate supporters would have to accept that WMDs were not found and were not present when the decision for war was made. The centerpiece of the Presidentas justification for war with Iraq was unfounded.
Clearly the evidence shows that the prime justification the United States gave for the attack on Iraq simply did not exist. The war was not justified and should never have happened.