Top 50 Argumentative Essay Topics

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If you need to write an argumentative essay but don't really know what topic would be the most appropriate, choose from the list of 50 argumentative essay topics.

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Top 50 Argumentative Essay Topics

  1. 1. Top 50 Argumentative Essay TopicsArgumentative essays, also known as persuasive essays are those where the writernot only expresses his or her own opinion, but also presents an argument with thePROS (supporting ideas) and CONS (opposing ideas) to the reader. An argumentativeessay can be written about any subject that people can debate. But in order toargue about a topic you should completely understand it and be prepared topresent strong and convincing arguments. When writing an essay on theargumentative topic you should clearly take your stand and try to persuade youraudience to adopt new beliefs or behavior, supported by reasons and evidences.Students usually choose serious topics for their argumentative essays such as drugabuse, feminism, gun control, global warming, etc. Yet you can argue just aboutanything and start a debate on why cell phones are dangerous, or should uniforms
  2. 2. be allowed in schools, for example.If you are not sure what to write about, below is the list of the most popularargumentative essay topics with links to sample papers.AbortionAnimal RightsBioethicsBirth ControlCapital Punishment/Death PenaltyChild AbuseCivil RightsDivorceDomestic ViolenceDrinkingDrug AbuseEating DisordersEducationEmploymentEuthanasiaFeminism
  3. 3. Genetic engineeringGenocideGlobal warmingGlobalizationGun controlHate crimesHealth care reformHomelessnessHomosexualityHuman rightsInternetJuvenile offendersMedia violenceMedical careNational securityNuclear weaponsPollutionPornographyPovertyRacismRape
  4. 4. ReligionRenewable energySame sex marriageSchool violenceSex educationSexual behaviorSmokingSocial securitySuicideTeenage pregnancyTerrorismWelfare reformWomens rightsTip: Choose a topic you are interested in, research it thoroughly, gather as muchinformation as possible, and then start drafting your own essay presenting aninteresting argument supported by facts, and your own opinion. Good luck!

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