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    I just want to know, for every point that I make, do I need to argue against it to say why perhaps something wasn't so significant?

    The reason I ask this is because I've read a few example essays and quite alot of them don't do this. For example, in one of the essay with the question asking about whether an event was the turning point, it literally just had a paragraph for each event, and within those paragraph there were arguments why an event was significant, but no or little arguments against it being significant.
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