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"In this exercise you'll write an essay supporting a generalization you've stated about some topic."

Any ideas for generalizations?

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  1. "a generalization you've stated..."

    What generalizations have you already stated?

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  2. Republicans favor business.
    Teenagers are seeking their own identities.
    Top students work hard.

    But I don't like where I can go with any of them, and I can't think of anything more!

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  3. Since the assignment reads, " ... a generalization you've stated ... " I don't see that you have much choice unless you can remember others you have written.

    Any of those three could become a good paper, no matter what angle you take on it.

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