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Which sentence best summarizes Truman's persuasive strategy in this part of the speech?

Truman triggers fear in the audience by suggesting freedom could be lost.

Why an ideology is important to a nation?

Ideology is very important for the development of a nation. It gives the nation as a whole, a sense of purpose and direction. It sort of triggers and stimulates you. It provides you food for thought in times of deep contemplation. When you could just wander off in a senseless direction, it drags you back on track. Technology is also important for the development of a nation. But saying that Technology is more important than ideology is like asserting that the fruits of a tree are more important than the tree itself. The very keyboard with which I'm typing is the result of ideology put into action, resulted in technology.

What President was almost assassinated by members of the Manson family?

President Ford while in California was inches away from death when Manson family member Lynnette "Squeaky" Fromme pulled a gun on him. Secret Service got the gun away from her and she spent the next several years in prison.

What were the grievances of the American troops who mutineed during the American Revolution?

The common soldier was underpaid (if paid at all), suffered in the cold, and died of sickness. During The Revolution, a small mutiny of soldiers took place in the New Jersey Line, involving two hundred men who defied their officers and started out for the state capital in Trenton. General George Washington, with 600 of his troops marched on the mutineers and surrounded and disarmed them. The tree ringleaders were put on trial immediately, in the field. One was pardoned, and two were shot by firing squads made up of their friends, who wept as they pulled the triggers. It was "an example," Washington said. Earlier that same year a similar mutiny took place. Afraid that the rebellion would spread to his own forces, Washington ordered General Anthony Wayne not to use force, but suggested Wayne gather a list of the soldiers' grievances. He then sent Knox rushing to New England on his horse to get three months' pay for the soldiers. And during The American Revolution, privates in the army earned $6.66 a month, while colonels earned $75.00 a month. FYI- I got all of this information from Howard Zinn's classic national bestseller book A Peoples History Of The United States 1492 - Present. He is a wonderful historian. I hope my information has helped.