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Charting: Addison “Two Years are Better Than Four”What is the writer’s project?AdvocatingWhat is the (main) argument? The author argues the value of community college and how it should becelebrated and made known so all students can experience college.¶(s) thatgo togetherWhy do these gotogether (briefly)?What claim(s) arebeing made in thissection?What evidence is given forthe claim(s)?What strategiesdo you notice?1-3They all focus on Rick Perlstein and his views of how the “old times” of college were superior. Theparagraphs reflect on his nostalgic outlook and how college is indeed still alive,counterarguing his claims. -Claims Perlstein can’t move on from his four years at college-Claims Perlstein is to stuck up to realize the possibilities community college has to offer-“He moved back to live in its shadow, like a retire ballerina”-“Mr. Perlstein has never set foot in an American community college”The author uses a sarcastic tone and although she