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what is the difference between a claim and an argument

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    Claim = proposition = thesis statement

    Argument = the entire paper

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    A claim purports to be a fact. An argument disputes or argues in favor of a claim. A claim us usually one or two sentences; an argument is usually at least a paragraph long.

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