Claims of Policy - Academic Option
Created by Jon LeBaugh
A claim of policy is an essay consisting of an argument that certain conditions should exist. These essays advocate adoption of policies or courses of action because problems have arisen that call for a solution. Defending a claim of policy often involves first convincing the audience that a problem exists, considering opposing arguments, and providing specific data that shows the benefits of the claim.
The following links will take you to the individualís academic claim of policy
"Cookies: Privacy on the Internet" --Anne Selene
"Russian Aid to Iran's Missle Program, a Threat to America" --Aaron Bonfig
"Crime and Punishment" --T.J. Purdy
"And the Winner is..." --Brent Wiese