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Section 6.14

Faulty Comparisons

Comparing one item with another can be a very powerful way to describe an objector a process (see the discussion of comparison andcontrast). To make your comparison effective, however, you must maintain parallelism in your comparison, include the basis of your comparison, and ensure that your comparison is not ambiguous.

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