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In "The Declaration of Independence as Adopted by Congress," a long list of the offenses committed by the British ruler comprises the bulk of this document. What words stand out for you as examples of semantic argument? Explain why they have a powerful effect.

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As you assess the long list of the offenses committed by the British ruler comprised in the bulk of this document, numerous words stand out as examples of semantic argument. First, the use of "to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another," is powerful to me since it shows the link that bound them together and urges for separation. The ...

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"The Declaration of Independence as Adopted by Congress" is briefly assessed using textual examples to understand the semantics.

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