Prentice Hall is proud to bring you the seventh edition of this highly successful critical thinking guide. In addition to the revisions in the text, we have thoroughly revised the Companion Website ? at www.prenhall.com/browne . This free resource for students now includes: Getting Started passages. These exercises will consist of 1 to 2 sentence arguments for early chapters, moving to longer passages as the chapters progress. This is to help the student practice his or her argument skills. Web Destinations. The site will include content specific links for each chapter, giving students the opportunity to do research and discover more information on the concepts presented in the text. Frequently Asked Questions for each chapter. This resource will provide a list of common questions and answers about the material covered in the text. Model Student Papers. This Website will provide model papers so students can view the elements of a good argument paper, how it's written, its appearance, and its purpose.M. Neil Browne is the author of 'Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking, Seventh Edition', published 2003 under ISBN 9780131829930 and ISBN 0131829939.