Uniforms and Unity
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An argumentative paper discussing the issue of school uniforms in American schools. The author argues that uniform introduces unity, obedience, discipline and order and will be useful for children's future in the corporate world. The author argues that especially in modern America, where disobedience is abundant and polarity exists between students, uniforms may help better the situation.
From the Paper:"Due to the current situation in America, the time has come for school uniforms to be required in all schools across the nation. This is a time desperately in need of order, obedience, unity, and preparedness. School uniforms decrease student misbehavior, increase student unity, and increase the students' level of preparation for the real, corporate world. School uniforms are a necessity in modern America. Before The Tragedy of September 11th, America was a land deeply divided. It might almost have been seen as two nations, conservative and liberal, polarized not only on the most basic racial, religious, and political lines, but also on issues of ethic and civic duty. There were those who believed then that difference should be elevated, non-conformity applauded, and patriotism scorned. This division was reflected in the debate that surrounded school uniforms. Most people held strong opinions on the subject, either positive or negative."
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