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English, 21.06.2019 16:30 lelliott86

“unlike my opponent, i propose freedom from crime, freedom from poverty, and freedom from unemployment “ what rhetorical approach is the speaker most likely to be talking in this sentence? a. the speaker wants the audience to question the meaning of freedom and redifine it. b. the speaker wants the structure of this sentence to stand out in the listeners minds. c. the speaker wants to anticipate and address w counter-argument from his or her opponent. d. the speaker wants to transition into a topic that is largely unrelated to previous topics.

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