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hendersonjen02

  • one year ago

How does the use of language in The Declaration of Independence by Thomas Jefferson differ from that in The Crisis by Thomas Paine? It appeals more to reason than to emotion. It uses more charged and loaded words. It is more easily understood by the reader. It is stronger in its condemnation of the king.

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    hmm

  2. Joel_the_boss
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