Thank You for Arguing

Jay Heinrichs uses hundreds of examples from history, pop culture, and his personal life to illustrate his arguments. One example—the little plastic volcano that Heinrichs sends the governor of Washington after mistakenly placing Mount Saint…

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Another example from Thank You for Arguing that qualifies as a symbol—not just an illustration of one particular concept—is the drunken rant that Jay Heinrichs’s friend Gianni delivers in the final chapter of the…

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