Sally felt a little uncomfortable, since her paragraph didn't contain any evidence so far. But soon she found a passage in a book that looked right:
Some people disagree with the opinions quoted above,
saying that Problem X is the invention of overzealous
news reporters who are trying to make a story out of
unconnected incidents. But if Problem X were only
a myth, would the government really fund expensive
research projects or make such major policy decisions?
Brown says "Naysayers have come forward to try to thwart
nearly every great social engineering project, from the
New Deal to HMO reform, so it is no wonder that critics
will raise their voices now" (34).
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