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- Topic: "THBT the United States should ban all forms of writing."
So reading or writing should be illegal as a cause of a political system not passing a law to make it legal.
- There are laws/doctrines that make writing legal, namely, the first amendment: freedom of speech and expression. Even if this were not the case, just because something isn't specifically deemed legal does not mean it ought to be banned. Writing, in general, does not cause harm to anyone, and is a key mode of expressing ideas to a population that values them. It also allows people to read and become educated, and promotes the development of modern technology through the documentation of engineering and mathematical formulae. Thus, writing should not be illegal. Pro has not made a single valid argument for his position.