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In the article programs dont make sense Peter B Gemma Jr emphasizes that the policy that give out free needles to junkies to help them avoid from the affection of AIDS is totally wrong His main ground is that government cannot subsidize free needles to reduce the number of people using drug However I totally disagree with him because his arguments were flawed First when he says that the program does not save the drug-addictions he does not give out any hard evidence to prove it He does not supply the readers the necessary information to draw conclusion He uses several assumptions-just only assumptions- in order to prove his point Its wrong Its wrong and its wrong are just his objective ideas We dont have other perspective views as well as number and statistics The author tries to persuade on the ground of his idea not on the fact or the conclusive data He uses a logical technique called induction-using observed premises in order to reach his conclusion When he said its wrong the first time he tended to lead the readers to the point that when he said its wrong again we willingly agree with him However in his first point Its wrong to attempt to ease one crisis by reinforcing another he did not show any hard evidence to convince us His assumption makes the readers suspect about his syllogisms We dont have any clue to believe his word Thus when he comes to the last premises about the wrong policy about drug-addition his points are still not valid because the first premises does not a fact or an obvious proof Thus his point that Clinton- policy about giving away needles is fatally wrong has no evidence experiment along with concrete proof He makes the reader have another thought about his point of view Second when he says that subsidizing free needles does not help to decrease the number of drug-abusers the reader
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