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President Kennedy makes frequent use of parallelism and antithesis in his Inaugural Address. How do parallelism and antithesis help him make his points? They allow him to politely strike home his point about American leadership. They allow him to list the pros and cons of the issues he is addressing. They allow him to highlight his main idea and supporting details. They allow him to create balance between his different ideas.

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