Fallacy in the article “Openness in Cuba” by Hansen M.

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Fallacy in the article “Openness in Cuba” by Hansen M.

There are various writing styles and this determines whether an article is opinionated or factual. The factual are the ones that based on known statistical data or scientific research while opinionated are writer based. Regardless of whatever direction an article takes, it can contain fallacy. The article titled “Openness in Cuba” by Jonathan M. Hansen is a good example of opinionated article and contains some fallacies. The author details how Obama’s intervention has boosted the free speech in Cuba.

The type of fallacy presented by the author is syllogism fallacy. The fallacy is usually used to make unusual conclusions and thus incorrect conclusions. The author having a first-hand experience and observation in the changes in C.............

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