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Unformatted text preview: tell? What is the stance of the writer? How
can you tell?
How does the writer make choices in
style (tone, length of sentences) to
communicate stance? How is the essay organized?
Are images used? Why or why not?
What other genres might effectively
make this argument? What are ways in which the writer
could have better addressed the
rhetorical situation? -The argument basically talks
about free speech and rights
can affect our thinking of what
is moral and what is not Rhetorical Appeals -The target audience is
college students and
young adults because all
the examples he
mentioned are in all
those age limits which
makes it more
entertaining -He thinks that too much
f reedom and rights made us
become more ignorant
about morals and whats nice
and whats not. H...
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- Fall '10