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Q: Memorable 1848 meeting in New York where women made an appeal based on the Declaration of Independence?
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In the passage from the declaration of independence Jefferson is employing which persuasive technique?

appeal to logic i think not sure tho


Which excerpt from the declaration of independence best represents an attempt to appeal to pathos to persuade the reader?

and for the support of this declaration with a firm reliance on the protection of divine providence we mutually pledge to each other our lives


What appeal are the drafters of the declaration using when they say they are prudent and reasonable?

ethos


Prudence indeed will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes . . . How does the author appeal to ethos here?

By saying that the declaration’s signers are sensible men who are not taking the change lightly :)


Does the liberty tree flag say an appeal to heaven or an appeal to god?

The flags, created to fly on the first naval forces under control of General Washington said "Appeal to Heaven." They were essentially saying that in order to beat the overwhelming force of the British empire, the Americans would to ask for divine intervention. That is mostly true, but either statement was seen on flags during the Revolution. However, the statement "Appeal to God" had a more deeper meaning than simply asking for divine intervention. Just as in the current American justice system of appeals, each appeal is to a higher court than the previous one. Injustice by the British could only be "appealed" to God as the court system in place was run by the British (an unjust system). If man's laws cause injustice, then the only "appeal" can be made to a higher power than man. Therefore, an "appeal to God or Heaven" was more of a derivation of their own divine right to independence than praying for intervention. This notion of the colonists divine right to freedom is what gave the saying its strength and conviction.

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What Memorable 1848 meeting in New York where women made an appeal based on the Declaration of Independence?

Seneca Falls Convention


Memorable 1848 meeting in New York where women made up an appeal based on the declaration of independence?

Seneca Falls Convention


Memorable 1848 meetin in New York where women made an appeal based on the Declaration of Independence?

Seneca Falls Convention :)


Who did the delegates appeal to for judgment of their actions in the declaration of independence?

God


Memorable 1848 meeting in New York where women made an appeal?

The Seneca Falls Convention.


What 4 groups did Thomas Jefferson appeal to in writing the Declaration of Independence?

The Farmers, the laborers, the artisans, and the small shopkeepers.


What does Jefferson's tone in the declaration of independence suggest about how he thinks of his readers?

They're an uneducated lot and it's best to appeal to their passions and emotions


Did the declaration of independence enable the Americans to appeal for direct aid from France?

Yes because they were declaring themselves independent and were no longer considered a part of the British Empire


In the passage from the declaration of independence Jefferson is employing which persuasive technique?

appeal to logic i think not sure tho


What appeal are the drafters of the declaration using?

ethos


Which excerpt from the declaration of independence best represents an attempt to appeal to pathos to persuade the reader?

and for the support of this declaration with a firm reliance on the protection of divine providence we mutually pledge to each other our lives


Who is Lincoln's argument is designed to appeal to?

Lincoln's argument was designed to appeal to the American people's sense of justice, unity, and equality. He argued for the preservation of the Union and the abolition of slavery, framing it as a moral imperative that would bring about a more perfect union and fulfill the ideals of the Declaration of Independence.