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 What arguments can i use to support an argument that wikipedia is reliable?

Answer You shouldn't be arguing for Wikipedia's reliability because Wikipedia *isn't* reliable. It's *often of very good quality*, but it's not *reliably* so. This is because there is not a system of form... Read More »
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Is this the best argument against wikipedia?

No. The strongest argument against Wikipedia always has the theme that anyone at anytime may alter any article to say whatever they will it to at a given moment. It does not have to be infered from... Read More »
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How to Support an Argument Essay With Evidence?

After you have introduced your thesis in an argumentative essay, you then have to create a series of assertions to logically support it. Each paragraph will provide evidence to support one claim. T... Read More »
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Give me a valid argument about how Wikipedia is unreliable as a source of information?

Anyone can go on there and write whatever they want...some teachers give half credit if a student used it for information in their report...once my brother used it, and it said that Charles Dickens... Read More »
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Is wikipedia reliable at all?

Yes. It is essentially a 100% reliable as a way to find external sources. (Check out the bottom of every single Wikipedia page that has encylopedic content. You'll find links to all its sources.)
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