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Identify the type of logical fallacy found in the following argument: Either you can vote for Smith for president, or you can watch the country be destroyed. A. none B. personal attack C. appeal to emotion D. false dilemma
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Either you can vote for Smith for president, or you can watch the country be destroyed. This is a false dilemma.
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Either you can vote for Smith for president, or you can watch the country be destroyed. This is a false dilemma.
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