What argument is roosevelt supporting with his appeal to logic in the underlined section of the excerpt? if americans are willing to trust roosevelt, it only makes sense that he will ensure that the tax money is well managed. if americans are willing to make a personal sacrifice, it only makes sense that they will be seen as both noble and patriotic. if americans feel it is right to enter the war, it only makes sense that they will have to pay more in taxes to cover the costs. if americans feel it is right to pay more taxes, it only makes sense that they should also agree it is right to enter the war.
the answer is c: your life is the result of the work you put into it.
the correct answer is “by citing an example of civil disobedience by everyday people, king shows that civil disobedience can be necessary and productive.”
indeed, the boston tea party protests are a hallmark of american history equally revered and respected by northern as well as southern americans. this is a very daft strategy since he is associating african american peaceful protesters with the rebellious american revolutionary militants. he is also likening southern white supremacists to the oppressing british soldiers of the metropolitan monarchy of the uk. in that manner, king is demonstrating that the struggle of african americans is a struggle in favor of freedom, and against the tyranny of segregation and bigotry of southern white supremacy.