--clearly define the topic & its issues
-- think about the effects your topic has on others
-- identify who is affected by this issue
--what has already been done and what still needs to be done
How to determine where you stand on an issue:
1. What is X?
2. What is the value of X? And who places this value on X?
3. What are the causes (or the consequences) of X?
4. What should (or ought or must) we do about X?
5. What is the evidence for my claims about X?
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X is organic produce, though specifically its value relative to regular, non-organic produce...