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For my persuasive speech on abortion, I am having trouble deciding a topic using fact, value, OR policy proposition. I understand what all three of those are, but I don't know what would be the most suitable for my topic (Pro-life, against abortion)

I need help deciding on a specific topic, and deciding whether it uses fact, value or policy proposition...

(I have a feeling policy is the one that's best fit for this topic..?)

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    Who are you trying to persuade? Pregnant girls? Old Maid Catholics?

    I think unless you are going to delve into the slippery slope of Euthanasia, I would stick to value based arguments. But on this subject, it is a coin flip.

    It is difficult to give a persuasive speech on this, because it is impossible to answer the question I posted.

    I would shift to a persuasive speech on state sponsored gambling (or lotteries), or such, or even gun control issues.

    Nice to hear from you again. I miss you.

  • persuasive -

    Well, for now I'm giving a speech to college students. But I'll think about the stuff you said.

    Thanks! I think I'll always need you gusy for help in school : P

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