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ENC 1101 (Zuromski) - Argumentative Essay: Choosing a Side: Find Editorials and Opinions

This is a guide for students in Professor Zuromski's Comp I class on West Campus. It contains resources and suggestions for finding editorials.

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Newsbank

  • Add to your search Section: op* OR ed*. This will search for articles from the opinion or editorial section of the papers.
  • Hint: It can also be helpful to add the words "support*" or "oppose" or "opponents" to your search. Be advised, though, you won't necessarily find supporting articles by typing "support" and opposing articles by typing "oppose." This will just help you find articles that probably tell about a point of view.

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