Which of the following describes lincoln's point of view about the civil war?

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He uses ethos to establish his credibility as an informed leader.

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Lincolns plan would have placed great emphasis on regaining southern loyalty so the answer should be d

He uses ethos to illustrate the similarities between North and South.

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He uses ethos to illustrate the similarities between North and South.

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D) to reflect (on edge)

C ) by arguing that the event should celebrate Lincoln and not just the library.

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He first thanked the people that helped building the library and then said that "We gather here today not to celebrate a building. We gather to celebrate a man. "

D) He uses ethos to illustrate the similarities between North and South.

Explanation: when given an argumentative speech or writing an argumentative essay, there are three main ways to convince the audience of a perspective in a controversial topic, ethos that is the appeal to ethics, logos that is the appeal to logic and pathos that is the appeal to emotions. In the given excerpt from Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address we can see an example of the use of ethos when the speaker illustrates the similarities between North and South ("Both read the same Bible and pray to the same God, and each invokes His aid against the other").

I  don't think he wanted one

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