2nd Exercises - Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 October 3, 2007...

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Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 October 3, 2007 Lesson 3 Exercises 3.5-3.7 Exercise 3.5 1b. Some educators have speculated whether the family improves educational achievement. 2a. When pregnant women smoke, fetus may be injured 3b. Economists have attempted but failed to define full employment. 4a. Although editorial writers complain about voter apathy, they rarely suggest how to dispel it. 5a. When domestic automakers lost market share to the Japanese, hundreds of thousands of jobs disappeared. 6b. We need to analyze library use so that we can provide a reliable projection of needed resources. 7b. Colleges understand that they can no longer increase tuition yearly because parents are strongly resisting the soaring cost of higher education. Exercise 3.6 1. Lincoln hoped to preserve the Union without war, but when the South attacked Fort Sumter, war became inevitable. 2. The president’s aides attempted to assert him immune from a congressional subpoena. 3. Business executives predicted that the economy would quickly revive.
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