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Which of the following was NOT a scandal associated with the Harding administration?
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The vice president leaked top-secret information to the press.
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Which statement from Chamberlain's speech to Parliament did the least to support his cause? A. "No doubt I shall have plenty of critics who will say that I am guilty of facile optimism . . ." B. "The House will remember that when I last addressed them I gave them some account of the Godesberg Memorandum . . ." C. "Therefore, it was essential that we should quickly reach a conclusion . . ." D. "The relief that our escape from this great peril of war has, I think, everywhere been ...
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C. "Therefore, it was essential that we should quickly reach a conclusion .
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"No doubt I shall have plenty of critics who will say that I am guilty of facile optimism . . ." is the statement from Chamberlain's speech to Parliament which did the least to support his cause.
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An element of a successful persuasive speech that is most directly dependent on the qualifications of the speaker is A. factual information. B. rationality. C. deductive reasoning. D. credibility
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D. credibility
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An element of a successful persuasive speech that is most directly dependent on the qualifications of the speaker is: credibility.
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Neville Chamberlain served as A. British president at the end of World War II. B. British monarch at the beginning of World War II. C. British prime minister at the beginning of World War II. D. British prime minister at the end of World War II.
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Neville Chamberlain served as British prime minister at the beginning of World War II.
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