Okay, boys and girls! Here we go with another one of the discussion boards that you have come to love! Once again I am going to keep this board open

Okay, boys and girls!  Here we go with another one of the discussion boards that you have come to love!  Once again I am going to keep this board open for the entire class.  As usual, you should make two followup posts…or more, and make sure your followups say something or ask something of substance! 1. Look back through “Cars and Their Enemies,” looking for places where the author characterizes the critics of automobiles.   terms or names does he give to those critics?  Where do they live, and in the author’s opinion, how do they typically behave?  How does the author’s treatment of “car haters” enhance or detract from his argument? 2. Does “Cars and Their Enemies” have a thesis you could state in one sentence?  Reread the essay carefully, noticing sentences that make major points or summarize the author’s thinking.  Then review these major claims, and write a summary of the author’s case in favor of the automobile. 3. This article uses both statistics and personal experience to support its argument.  Where does the article cite statistics?  Where does it rely on personal evidence?  How do you react to the very personal last paragraph of the piece: “I know the way.  If you are a friend, you need only ask”? 3. Though it’s not an aspect of the novel that most of your “resources” on (i.e. Spark Notes, Wikipedia, Cliffs Notes, etc…not that any of you would EVER turn to those for …  **cough cough**) make a big deal out of, cars and driving are a pretty major element of the novel.  Do you see any connection between events of the book so far and ideas/notions brought up by “Cars and Their Enemies?”  If so, briefly discuss any sort of connections/ideas generated when you consider both pieces. Purchase the answer to view it Purchase the answer to view it

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