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Choices in College and After
Thesis: The decisions I have to make in choosing college courses, depend on larger questions I am beginning to ask myself about my life’s work.     I. Two decisions described
A. Art history or chemistry
1. Professional considerations
2. Personal considerations
B. A third year of French?
1. Practical advantages of knowing a  foreign  language
2. Intellectual advantages
3. The issue of necessity
    II. Definition of the problem
A. Decisions about occupation
B. Decisions about a kind of life to lead
    III. Temporary resolution of the problem
A. To hold open a professional possibility: chemistry
B. To take advantage of cultural gains already made: French

Competitive Swimming, an Ideal Sport for Kids

1. Introduction
2. Competitive swimming provides same benefits as other sports a. It is good exercise and builds muscular strength
b. It promotes cooperation among team members, especially in relays 3. Competitive swimming provides some additional benefits a. Swimming is an important skill that can be used forever b. There is a reduced risk of injury

c. Each swimmer can easily chart his or her own progress 4. My personal experience as a competitive swimmer
a. I enjoy working with my coach
b. I've made a lot of friends on the swim team

Conclusion

Major Aspects of Aids                 

       I. Transmittal of AIDS
          

A. Transfusions
          

B. Body fluids
              

1. Sexual
              

2. Non-sexual

      II.  Societal Consequences of AIDS 
           

A. Epidemic disease pattern
               

1. Teenagers
               

2. Women
              

  3. Homosexuals
           

B. AIDS babies
           

C. Increased homophobia
           

D. Overburdened health care

     III.  Research Solutions to AIDS
           

A. AZT
           

B. HIV...
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