Third World Relief: Guide to Critical Analysis

March 2016
Points of View: Third World Relief;3/1/2016, p4
This article offers a critical guide to the controversial issue of third world relief and economic assistance. The article discusses criteria in understanding the issue, such as distinguishing between fact and opinion and recognizing point and counterpoint arguments. Also presented are exercises that help the reader further analyze the issue of third world relief, such as a debate or a critical essay, for the purpose of developing and effectively arguing a personal perspective.


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