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    (Original post by Fiasco)
    For the last question - Usually I would advise you to disagree with the view; use all the sources and your own knowledge. You don't have to cover all the sources, just the ones that are relevant. Make sure you develop an argument and make it balanced.
    Good points Fiasco but with some particular questions, there may be no right or wrong answer. The examiners care more about how you argue your case than your final decision at the end (they still care about that too, mind ). It is best to put your weakest argument first, then your strongest to link well with a good conclusion
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