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Laying out an argument

Reader comment on item: Why Newt Gingrich Was Right about Palestinian History
in response to reader comment: Plenty of evidence from Roman and other historians of the time

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Dec 21, 2011 at 20:11

What is this evidence - what is it for? What are you aiming at. What are you claiming this evidence shows?

Without stating that - what am I meant to do? Guess or draw my own conclusions?

Do you know how to layout an argument? What do you want me to do with bunch of historical material pulled out from various website.

Did you actually bother to read my last reply?


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