Fallacious Arguments In the Declaration of Independence

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American History

 

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Marisol H

 

Date added:

January 23, 2017

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The Declaration of Independence is what 56 colonists saw as a logical course of action. What you must ask yourself is: What was considered logical in 1776? The rhetorical style uses persuasive ideals in the use of language. For example, in the first sentence of the second paragraph, the parallel structure and repetition of the word "that" enable the writers to articulate with excessive clarity their fundamental beliefs...
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The second paragraph is similar to the concluding paragraph because it also relies on parallel structure and repetition of "that" when declaring the colonies free and independent states. Also,the repetition of "He is,"which is the only phrase other than "He has" in the list of "complaints" shows present tense...
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