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When developing a counterclaim, you should A: not make your counterclaim’s evidence closely factual because you should not undermine your central argument. B:interview people who disagree with your argument’s claim in order to understand their opinions. C: thoroughly research the evidence to make sure you understand the facts behind the counterclaim. D: supply personal evidence and experience as to why you disagree with the counterclaim.

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