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HOW DOES THE ARTHUR OF AIDS IN AFRICA:DYING BY THE NUMBERS ORGANIZE INFORMATION TO BUILD HIS ARGUMENT? DOES HE INCLUDE ANY COUNTERARGUMENTS?WHY OR WHY NOT? WHAT KINDS OF STATISTICS, GRAPHS, OR ILLUSTRATIONS DOES THE AUTHOR INCLUDE? IN WHAT WAYS DO THESE VISUALS STRENGTHEN THE AUTHOR'S ARGUMENTS?

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  1. Sorry, but please use lower case. Capital letters are much more difficult to read and in computer language, it is considered "rude" or "shouting."

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  2. First -- please do not use all capital letters. Your post is the equivalent of shouting online.

    Second, I assume you mean author, not Arthur in your first question.

    Is this the article you're supposed to read?

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    We'll be glad to comment on YOUR answers.

  3. Yes, this is the article

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  5. How does the author of AIDS in Africa: Dying by the numbers organize information to build his argument? Does he include any counterarguments? Why or why not? What kinds of statistics, graphs, or illustrations does the author include? In what ways do these visuals strengthen the author’s arguments?

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