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Which is the best comparison of a speech focusing on a problem and a speech focusing on a policy? (Rest of question is in the first comment) (Will Medal the person to correctly answer this question)

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    A) Problem: uses a causal order to analyze the effects of an alleged problem Policy: uses a problem-solution order to suggest remedies to a known problem B) Problem: uses a cause-and-consequence scenario (common topic) to present the problem Policy: uses an analogy (common topic) to compare remedies to a known problem C) Problem: uses logos to prove the effects of an alleged problem Policy: uses extrinsic ethos to present the need to introduce a policy. D) Problem: uses a topical order to list the different effects of a problem Policy: uses a spatial order to present the different parts of a policy

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