Vegetarianism Essay | "Let's Go Veggie" Versus "Where's the Beef"

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"Let's Go Veggie" Versus "Where's the Beef"

Summary: The two essays "Let's Go Veggie" by Joseph Pace and "Where's the Beef" by Alan Herscovici cover both sides of the debate regarding the impact of eating meat on human health.

Many people wonder if they should be eating meat or not. This question is important because it is directly related to human health. Some people believe that meat endangers the human health. Others argue that it is an important food source for the human body. Joseph Pace, the author of the essay "Let's Go Veggie", argues that we should not eat meat. On the other hand, Alan Herscovici, the author of the essay "Where's the Beef", debates that there is no reason to stop eating meat. "Let's Go Veggie" has stronger arguments in comparison with "Where's the Beef." "Let's Go Veggie" has more influence on the readers. Also, its arguments are supported by stronger evidence. In addition, it is written in a more professional manner. As a result, it has a stronger influence on the readers.

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