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Part 1:

1. A writers points are mainly supported with facts
2. Yes they provide supporting evidence of his or her opinions
3. They provide evidence from sources online, in books, and from interviews. It is convincing because each opinion is backed up
4. The evidence was accurate, sufficient, representative, relevant, and authorities.
5. They display bias through tone.
6. They right though a bit bias, still presented a balanced picture.
7. There are not any alternative viewpoints that were over looked
8. The writer does no omit pertinent examples
9. The writer uses logical reasoning
10. They do not use any logical fallacies
11. The writer use complex ideas;
12. The writer though having lots of evidence still makes reasonable inferences
13. They represent the ideas fairly. EXTREMIST

Part 2:
Dr King was and is still a very respected man. Many think that he was an extremist and that all of his actions were a bit too rash. By looking at Dr. King’s Letter From Birmingham Jail. we can tell and analyze his attitude and tone towards the government through his ideas and thought, and clarity.
The government thought of Dr. King as a threat. They knew his power and how the people respected and followed him. When he was sent to jail for in the government terms being a nonsense, he decided to write essentially the government but addressed to everyone a letter explaining his thoughts and actions, with was later formally published as Dr. King’s Letter From Birmingham Jail. His ideas through out the whole letter was informative, they allowed everyone to understand full his train of thought and did not want any one to get affended or disrespected from what he was saying. He says at the end of his letter “Let us all hope that the dark clouds of racial prejudice will soon pass away and the deep fog of misunderstanding will be lifted from our fear drenched communities, and in some not too distant tomorrow the radiant stars of love and brotherhood will shine over our great nation with all their scintillating beauty.” He knows that there is a chance of things never going back to normal but he still wants to assure that he wants to make this a point effective and impactful.
His ideas, as he intended were not meant to hurt anyone but they still stood as he thought assertive and direct. His thoughts on racism and segregation and other dividing factors at the time were very strong and he was one of few people who took action and did something about it. Close to the end of the paper Dr. King says “It is true that the police have exercised a degree of discipline in handling the demonstrators. In this sense they have conducted themselves rather "nonviolently" in public. But for what purpose? To preserve the evil system of segregation.”. He knows that people do not want to get involved in fear or dying or hurting there families. He doesn’t want to start a riot or war, he just wants to peaceful resolve the issues of the time. He says that the “evil system” needs to end and the only way it can is through people coming together and supporting him in what he has to say. He also talks about how being an extremist isn’t bad, “"We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal . . ." So the question is not whether we will be extremists, but what