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Argumentative essay - Women should serve National Service.

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EXPOSITION-ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY Women should serve National Service A country should have an efficient military defence to ensure its own safety and existence. I firmly believe that apart from men, women should serve National Service. In this continually developing world, men and women are being treated more equally, not only in careers, but many other aspects as well. This should not exclude National Service. Everybody plays a part in serving the country and it will not harm to add more to the military force by including women. In America, the women soldiers have proven to be as equally efficient and well organised as the men. ...read more.

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It is a far cry from the comfort of home, where the bed is laid ready with pillows, blankets, and the room is equipped with an air-conditioner. You will then realise how lucky you are when you have a cosy house. In addition, countless opportunities to train your lifeskills are in plenty. Thus, you learn to adapt to the surroundings, tolerate and cooperate with others and in coping with the harsh environment, improve your fitness. Furthermore, compulsory National Service will make fine citizens out of us who will be ready to defend our country when the need arises. ...read more.

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They have to juggle careers and child rearing and are already up to their ears in maintaining these two. Others point out that with the current defence needs, advanced military equipment and small population, it is not necessary for women to serve National Service. Declining birth rate has been smartly taken care of by using advanced equipment which requires fewer soldiers to operate. Some even state that women are the weaker sex and should not be subjected to such hardships, which are traditionally "a man's work". In conclusion, women should serve National Service. This will then lead to rapid progress in the military defence and the country's economy when the citizens strive hard with determination to achieve their goals. (467 words) ...read more.

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