Conduct an informal Internet search, and identify two or three differing positions on your issue. For each opposing view that you might include in your argument, answer the following questions.
1. What exactly, does each differing position claim?
2. What reasons support each differing claim?
3. What effective support—such as particularly compelling facts and data, personal examples, and research from experts—does each differing position use to support its claim?
4. What makes these other positions valid and arguable? Is your perspective on your issue getting broader based on familiarity with these other views? Explain.