L9 Exercises - Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 November 21, 2007...

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Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 November 21, 2007 Lesson 9 Exercises 9.1-9.3 Exercise 9.1 The national unity of a free people depends upon a sufficiently even balance of political power to make it impracticable for an administration to be arbitrary against a revolutionary opposition that is irreconcilably opposed to it. Work habits of college students depend on their choice of respective majors since having talent in a subject usually leads to its enjoyment. Exercise 9.2 1. Those who argue stridently over small matters are unlikely to think clearly about large ones. 2. While the strong are often afraid to admit weakness, the weak often fail to show their strength. 3. We should pay more attention to those politicians who tell us how to make what we have better than to those who tell us how to get what we don’t have. 4. When parents raise children who scorn hard work, the adults those children become will not succeed at life. 5. Some teachers mistake neat papers that rehash old ideas for great thoughts wrapped in
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L9 Exercises - Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 November 21, 2007...

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