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How might the British have defended themselves aginst the charge that they continually provoked the Americans by violating their rights.


Question asked by: wallsmays

Asked on: 01 Oct 2010

They could have defended themselves by denying it and saying that it was not true and then using counterexamples to the claim.

Generally that is how an intellectual argument works: one finds examples that prove one's case that go against the case the other person is making and in that way whoever provides the most convincing rationale is the one that should win the argument with an impartial person.

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Replied at: 03 Oct 2010
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