Comparing Abortion According To John Steinbeck's Arguments

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Appendix G Peer Review Checklist* What is the main point of this paper? | Abortion has been and always will be a controversial issue | What is the greatest strength of this paper? | The writer used facts and also a good amount of personal opinion in this paper. I also like that the author attempted to explain concepts in two ways to help the audience understand the material better. | What material does not seem to fit the main point of the paper or does not seem to be appropriate for the audience? | The last sentence of figure 3 paragraph 3 seems to just linger without an answer. I think the author should elaborate more on that sentence/statement. Other than that all the material seems to fit the main point of the paper. | Has the author sufficiently addressed counterarguments? Explain your answer.…show more content…
| “There are states that require a parental consent for children under the age of 18 years.” There should be more substance to this point. The sentence stands alone and leaves the reader wondering. | What is your favorite part of this piece of writing? | “When a woman decides that abortion is the way to go it not an easy decision to come to there may be factors that they need to look at. When a women is pregnant and they are excited at the fact that they are pregnant all of that joy can be shattered after an ultrasound is performed and the women is informed that her child is going to have no functional daily life and is going to be hook up to a ventilator for the rest of his/her life.” This is a very strong personal opinion that I completely agree with. | What other comments can you provide for the author? | The essay was extremely brief; I wanted to read more about how you felt about abortion and. There is a great deal of information available on this topic so I hope you will add additional material and include citations and references to strengthen your argument. | What does the peer reviewer gain from this

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