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12 January, 00:29

Which mode of persuasion does President Roosevelt use to appeal to his audience?

a. ethos, an appeal based on the speaker's credibility

b. pathos, an appeal to the audience's emotions

c. logos, an appeal to the audience's sense of logic

d. an appeal based on emotion, logic, and the speaker's credibility

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  1. 12 January, 01:27
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    The correct answer is letter A

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States from 1933 to 1945 and for many he is simply known by his initials, FDR. In 1932 FDR defeated current Republican President Herbert Hoover and remained a central figure in the events of world depression and world war until his death, while in office in 2.

    FDR remains the only president to serve more than two terms as president, having been elected in 1932, 1936, 1940 and 1944. His economic policies are referred to as the New Deal and many of those policies remain today. The central legislation of the New Deal is Social Security.
  2. 12 January, 01:41
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    Answer: A.) ethos, an appeal based on the speaker's credibility

    Explanation: Just did it
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