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Often intellectual discourse develops through cause-effect relationship. One author will state his opinion and another will counter it, such was the case with Thomas Macaulay and Robert Southey. Consider their respective points of view on the issue of "Progress." Where do they stand? Who is the most convincing? Why?

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