Example Campaign advertisements should help us understand the candidate's qualifications and positions on the issues.
Instead, most tell us what a boob or knave the opposing candidate is, or they present general images of the candidate as a family person or God-fearing American.
Do such advertisements contribute to creating an informed electorate or a people who choose political leaders the same way they choose soft drinks and soap?
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As I entered the gate, Main Street stretched before me with its quaint shops evoking an old-fashioned small town so charming it could never have existed. Disneyland may have been built for children, but it brings out the child in adults.
I thought I would spend a few hours at Disneyland, but here I was at A.
Your conclusion should be the best part of your paper.
Echoing the introduction: Echoing your introduction can be a good strategy if it is meant to bring the reader full-circle.
M., closing time, leaving the front gates with the now dark towers of the Magic Kingdom behind me.
I could see tired children, toddling along and struggling to keep their eyes open as best they could.