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10 June, 01:33

which statement best describes how Lincoln uses comparison and his speech to develop a theme of determination

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  1. 10 June, 03:13
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    The response options are:

    "He contrasts life and death to highlight the sacrifices that have been and will continue to be made for the country's principles.

    He compares the government to a determined Union soldier to provoke an emotional response from the audience.

    He contrasts his beliefs and the founding fathers' beliefs to show that the need for rights is more important than ever.

    He compares the nation to a battlefield in order to encourage Union soldiers in their great fight for freedom"

    Answer:

    He contrasts life and death to highlight the sacrifices that have been and will continue to be made for the country's principles.

    Explanation:

    In his speech Lincoln shows how a nation committed and determined to grow and be powerful, free and imposing is willing to make sacrifices. To intensify this determination to make the nation a great nation, he begins to contrast life and death and show how the sacrifices apply to these two phases that all citizens will need to go through.
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