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Government has laid its hand on health, housing, farming, industry, commerce, education, and to an ever-increasing degree interferes with the people's right to know. Government tends to grow, government programs take on weight and momentum as public servants say, always with the best of intentions. But the truth is that outside of its legitimate function, government does nothing as well or economically as the private sector of the economy.”
I added a couple of commas. Also, I noticed a quote mark at the end. Where should the first quote mark be? Government has laid its hand on health, housing, farming, industry, commerce, education, and, to an ever-increasing degree, interferes with the people's right to know. Government tends to grow, and government programs take on weight and momentum, as public servants say, always with the best of intentions. But the truth is that outside of its legitimate function, government does nothing as well or as economically as the private sector of the economy.”
i need help analyzing it!!!
Well, you need to say that when you post your question. This may help you: 1. Read through the quotation. 2. Identify the speaker, listener, and context of the quotation. 3. Examine the quotation carefully, looking for any of the following: • Character development: What is revealed about the character’s personality? • Themes: Look to see if there is anything that relates to the author’s message. • Literary devices such as: simile, metaphor, irony, etc. Consider the reason WHY the author creates this figurative language. What is the writer trying to highlight or convey? *** You are not limited to only one of the above. Some quotations may be rich with elements that enhance the writer’s craft, which leaves us plenty to analyze. 4. Pull all of your ideas into one strong, cohesive response. Try to “pull out” or highlight word, phrases, and word units that help you to support the idea(s) you are trying to convey/prove. Italicize or “quote” the words/phrases and integrate them into your sentence(s) as you analyze the significance of the passage. 5. Don’t forget the “HOW/WHY” rule: explain how and why the quotation is important.
is it saying that government needs to interupt less often and shud let the ppl decide?
Pretty much, but I think you'll need to elaborate a bit.