Citizen Kane

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This term indicates clear bias by the Campaigner, who is equally biased about, but in favor of Kane, depicting him as an ally of the common man. The campaigner bases his argument on his or her own personal preference but states no supporting facts. A theme of the speech which contains the argumentum ad populum fallacy is that Kane is a friend of the common man or lower class...
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One of the most prominent fallacies is the argument that Kane seems to have already been predetermined to win the Governorship. Since the election has not even begun, this is certainly fallacious, and specifically the fallacy of irrelevant conclusion. It is a purely personal consideration, argumentum ad hominem...
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