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highest. This is a country where a man can stand
as a man, and where he can enjoy the fruits of his
own exertions, with rational liberty to its fullest
There is much attention paid to dress as at any
of the watering places in England. Out in the country
where I have been you see the young women with
their veils and parasols, at the lowest that I saw.
Poverty is unknown here. You see no beggars.
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2 2003 AP® ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION
FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS (Form B)
(Suggested time — 40 minutes. This question counts one-third of the total essay section score.)
The following passage comes from “The Common Life,” a 1994 essay by the American writer Scott Russell
Sanders. Read the passage carefully and then write an essay that defends, challenges, or qualifies Sanders’ ideas
about the relationship between the indiv...
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