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OPPOSING VIEWPONTS RESEARCH
OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS TABLE Opposing Viewpoints Table
REASEARCH QUESTION: Ex: Should the United States intervene with the Syrian Army to stop their destruction, and send medical aid to Libyans?
Viewpoint A: Affirmative
YES… US position on the war over
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Viewpoint B: Negative
NO… If the US were to send aid and military help that would put us further in debt.
Opposing Views, Gale
The United States Should Arm Libyan rebels
Author: Amir Taheri
Title: Don’t Help Them
Author :Elizabeth Pitman
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Reason #1 (Because…)
The Libyans can win the war they just need time and a little help. If the US joined forces with the French and British, they could bring the war to an end.
The US is already in debt at an outstanding 20.1 TRILLION as of 2017. If we were to send help to the Libyans that would cost an estimated 1.5 million. We’re already in debt as it is and do not need to sink ourselves further even though we could literally just print more money