I'm reading Freakonomics by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner right now and it's a great resource for understanding the Arguments section of the AWA. Throughout the book, the authors go through several arguments for many different things and then effectively break them down and show where they're wrong (because of misconstrued data, bad assumptions, etc., etc.: all the stuff you need to be able to spot on this GRE section).
I've found it really helpful and not only that, it's a really interesting book and a great read. I got it out of my local library, so it shouldn't be too hard to find (in the U.S. anyway ).
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