Most often, well-chosen words and a logical, clear style help a writer to succeed at persuasion. But, if you are dealing with a mature audience, words alone may not always make your case. Evidence is required to prove your case. Jefferson uses concrete details to prove his argument against King George. If you were reading this as an American colonist, which of these details or reasons would be the most persuasive to you?
mod note: I researched this question, and it seems to be about the Declaration of Independence. I am unsure if it is referencing the whole document or a specific excerpt. https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/declaration-transcript
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