English, 03.12.2019 01:00 robert7248

Which response best describes a similarity between the video
presentation and the text version of kennedy's speech?
both are intended to persuade the audience to take
personal responsibility to effect change and preserve
the purpose of each is to convince the audience that
the united states must focus on military spending in
order to defend human rights internationally.
both detail the ways that the united states will support
specific groups of nations or organizations in
combating tyranny.
the message in each is that the united states must
resist the call to interfere in the business of other
nations as they strive for liberths from oppression.

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