By the time you finish reading this article, you may have a few questions or concerns about the state of the world, or the state, of our country, or our world.
Or maybe you’ve just gotten into a heated debate about politics, religion, race, sex, the arts, etc. And if you answered yes to any of those, you probably want to learn how to answer them better, so you can better articulate your point of view.
And, you might even want to know what a good essay is.
You don’t have to know everything about it to start thinking about how to write it.
Here are some tips to get you started.
First, read your essay.
You’ll probably learn something about yourself and your world.
And it will probably have a lot to say about your life, your career, and the future of the nation.
That’s a lot of potential fodder to work with, and it will help you understand how to get to the bottom of your questions and objections.
Then, take your time to think about your essay, and then write it out.
You may be surprised at how much you can learn.
Second, read the article.
The best way to learn about writing is to read an article.
And the best way is to do it now.
In this essay, I’ve chosen a recent article from a news organization, the New York Times.
It’s about a new book called The End of Men, written by sociologist Jonathan Haidt, and titled The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics, Religion, and Race.
The title and the contents of this article suggest that HaidT is concerned about the social consequences of his ideas, and that his essay is a useful summary of his arguments.
Haidts argument is a compelling one, and I’m glad that he wrote it.
But I’ll be the first to admit that the article is a bit heavy on the facts, and not enough on the ideas.
This is a good thing.
But it’s also a problem because it can be misleading.
For example, the article makes several points that are not supported by the facts: (1) there is an enormous gender gap in the United States, but Haidtz is not aware of this.
(2) men are more likely to be violent than women, and Haidtdt is not even aware of the fact that this is a problem.
(3) the U.S. economy is overwhelmingly dominated by white men.
And HaidtaT does not even know this is true.
Hated as they may be by his critics, Haidtht’s ideas are based on the idea that people in the U!s economy and culture are more than happy to discriminate against people of color, women, immigrants, LGBT people, and anyone else who disagrees with their own worldview.
Hidt is a gifted scholar of the human condition, and his ideas are relevant to his field.
But the article fails to explain the facts.
For instance, the title and title of the article says: Men are more violent than Women, and they are also more likely than Women to be racist, xenophobic, and violent.
(This statement is true.)
But there is no mention in the article of the prevalence of this type of discrimination.
There is no evidence to support Haid’s claim that “the U. S. economy and cultural system is overwhelmingly white, male, and Christian.”
The only reference to race is to a “dominant white American male” who is “more likely than other Americans to engage in this type and scale of discrimination.”
(This is false.)
And, again, there is a reference to a study showing that “Men are more racist than women.”
The study was based on a sample of 2,600 people in two universities, one of whom was white and the other was black.
The results, which were published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, were startling.
Black and white men are twice as likely to experience racism as white women.
And black men were more likely, by a ratio of 4 to 1, to experience both racism and sexism.
These findings suggest that a man’s views on race and gender matter a great deal, and men’s views are likely to have a substantial effect on his or her treatment.
The article also makes a statement that Hidts claim that the U !s economy is dominated by White men is not true.
The report says, “The U. s. economy, at least for the top 20 percent, is overwhelmingly male.”
But there are no references to this statement in the report, nor any discussion of how the top 1 percent has become overwhelmingly white.
I’ve highlighted the fact above that the top 10 percent of Americans are more white than any other demographic group.
But what if Haidtn’s analysis is correct, and we have an economy in which Black people are less likely to get jobs than white people, for instance? Is