Universal Healthcare

For your final essay, you will write an eight-to ten-page argument essay.  In addition, you will submit a Works Cited page that includes AT LEAST SIX sources.    In your essay, you will demonstrate elements of persuasive writing that we have covered in class.  Think the four pillars of argument, rhetorical analysis, rhetorical situation, deductive and inductive reasoning, Toulmin logic, and Rogerian argument.  That’s not to say you have to incorporate all elements.  That would be messy and totally ineffective.  But consider what we learned about persuasive writing and how you might use what you learned to advance your argument?  Of course, be careful to avoid logical fallacies.    **INCLUDE THESE FIVE SOURCES AND ANOTHER OF YOUR CHOICE** Sen, Amartya. “Universal Healthcare: the Affordable Dream.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 6 Jan. 2015, www.theguardian.com/society/2015/jan/06/-sp-universal-healthcare-the-affordable-dream-amartya-sen. Jindal, Ashok Kumar. “Universal health coverage: the way forward.” Indian journal of public health 58.3 (2014): 161. Boudreau, Richard. “The plausibility of universal health care in the United States.” Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics 8 (2017): 298. Greer, Scott L., and Claudio A. Méndez. “Universal health coverage: a political struggle and governance challenge.” American journal of public health 105.S5 (2015): S637-S639. Bloom, David E., Alexander Khoury, and Ramnath Subbaraman. “The promise and peril of universal health care.” Science 361.6404 (2018).

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