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Choosing the Best Topic to Write a Deep Argumentative Essay
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When have to write an argumentative essay, you need something that would be both interesting for you and won’t offend people around you. This might be a tough choice, so you might want to browse through some great ideas.

The Most Controversial Argumentative Essay Topics for Your Paper

The first step for you is to choose the best topic. Then, if you are still questioning how to write an argumentative essay, determine a structure for your paper.

  1. Can a war be just?Can you really justify some kind of a military action? Think of modern examples and totalitarian regimes like North Korea.

  2. Should your country accept refugees?This is still a major problem for Europe and for the US. Should you allow those people of different background and strange values in your country? Would it be a green light for terrorism?

  3. Can you say that some people (eg. singers) earn too much?They earn a lot while people who work day by day sometimes can’t feed themselves. Is it wrong?

  4. Can a parent be responsible for a crime a child committed?Is this morally right, as you’re putting the blame of one person to another?

  5. Why are some states still rigorously opposing LGBT marriage?Alabama opposed same-sex marriages recently and the officials of the state were against the idea.

  6. Should all businesses be eco-friendly? Is it possible with all of the businesses? Would some industries cease to exist? Can you pass a law like that and what the effect on the economy be like?

  7. Should international community give money to 3rd world countries?This happens very often, but you can’t really see bright results of that.

  8. Are governmental social programs hurting people?A lot of people stay on welfare for generations. Is it the issue of the programs? What are some other ways to help those people?

  9. Is bias an essential part of our thinking?It seems to be impossible to abolish. Why is it so?

  10. Is ethical relativism bad for the society?You can find amazing lectures on relativism, both moral or ethical and cultural. What is your opinion on that?

Structuring Your Argumentative Writing

Start as usual, with the brief intro where you can describe the topic of your paper, the importance of it both for you and the society. Then you should formulate your thesis statement and place in closer to the end of your introduction. The main part has the evidence for your thesis and support for each argument. Keep it logical, but don’t bore a reader with dry language. Summarize with your conclusion.

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