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Have you ever wondered how much involvement the government and schools have on your childs life Drew Lindsay author of Whose kids are they anyway and Australian novelist and writer failed to achieve his rhetorical goal because of the structure of the article Lindsay failed to decide what order to put the information of the article in the way to introduce and conclude the text and to draw a connection among the parts of the text In Whose kids are they anyway Lindsay explains the story of Chip Angell a lawyer who works out of a storefront office and has run legal interference for many 6 and 7-an-hour workers and the Earls family Judy and Janie Earls ages 13 and 15 and daughters of Waymon and Shanon Earls were driven by their counselor to a county health clinic without the parents permission The girls received birth-control pills condoms and given Pap smears and tested for AIDS virus Shanon and Waymon Earls believe that Stephens County school officials violated the Earls parental rights Angell filed for a 3 million dollar lawsuit on behalf of the Earls Before the courts could reach the case the media revealed the story of the family well without every piece of information unfortunately Although the courts have not determined whether the Stephens County Schools are innocent or guilty Angell believes that lawmakers will eventually pass a parent-rights law Within the article Whose kids are they anyway Lindsay put a great deal of unnecessary information that did not make connections with the text In the text Lindsay stated Angell a stocky man with short curly gray hair dressed for the day in a plain gray suit close in color and cut to those dozens of other lawyers wear on any given day on the Hill 5 Describing the look of Angell does not have a connection with main reason of the article Another example of unnecessary information is when Lindsay describes
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