The third short essay is the simplest of the three, although perhaps the hardest: you are supposed to imitate what you’ve been critiquing: write a 1 page (double spaced) editorial about anything. Take a stand on the issue, make your stand clear, and make your case. A good editorialist knows to spend most of their time focusing on the relationship between their evidence and their conclusion, rather than simply listing their evidence. You don’t have a lot of space, so your goal is to pique the interest of the reader in your perspective, so that even if they’re not convinced, you’ve shown them that IF your evidence and/or premises are true, THEN your conclusion is definitely or probably true.

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