1. Statement: Should those who receive dowry, despite the law prohibiting it, be punished? Arguments: Yes. Those who violate the law must be punished. No. Dowry system is firmly rooted in the society since time immemorial.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.29 am
    Clearly, laws are made to ensure that no person pursues the practice. So, persons who violate the laws need to be punished. Thus, argument I holds. A wrong practice, no matter how firmly rooted, needs to be ended. So, argument II is vague.
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