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Unformatted text preview: Cameron Hartman Letter Comparison While my letters to Senator Levin and to my friend Sam differ greatly, they both have the same underlying concepts. The major difference between the two is when I wrote to Senator Levin, I used specifics, and when I wrote to Sam, I used mainly generalities. This is because I realize Senators probably get hundreds of letters asking for generalities, and asking for specifics separates my letter from the others. Sam does not care on whether I am specific of not, so I generally didn't get into to much detail, except in a few cases. A big difference between the two letters are my depiction of politicians. In my letter to Sam I said politician's are pinheads, lacking common sense, clueless, and the main problem with this country. I said this because it is my personal opinion, and I'm not afraid to express this to Sam. If I were to say those things in Senator Levin's letter, it would go straight in the trash, because that is attacking him indirectly, not to mention it shows a major lack of respect to...
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- Spring '11