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Introduction

1) 'All art is propaganda in some form.' Discuss. (1990) 2) How far do u consider freedom of speech and freedom of the press as essentials of good living? (1990) ...read more.

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5) Can telling lies ever be justified? (1992) 6) 'Work is the only route to happiness.' Discuss. (1992) 7) 'Nuclear weapons have ceased to serve any purpose and should be abolished.' ...read more.

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Do you agree? (1994) 13) 'If people are poor it is largely their own fault.' How far do you agree? (1994) 14) 'The teenage years are the best years of one's life.' Would you agree with this view? (1994) 15) Should promises be kept? (1995) 16) 'The decisive use of force is the only pactical means to resolve territorial conflicts.' (1995) ...read more.

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