When We Lie Analysis

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Adolf Hitler once said: “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.” This quote explains how if you tell a lie in history enough people will start to believe that it is true. Longfellow could be stretching the truth about what really had happened. The poem it says that Revere rode around alone but that was not true. Many people may find this poem a good source of information, but many people may not. I do not believe this poem was a good source of information
The first reason this poem is not a credible source of information is because Revere would not be the only person in history that had his past been lied about and blown so far out of being possible. Longfellow could have very easily made all of
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This is not a credible source of information. He lied and said that he was all alone and he was not. If he lied about this he was most likely to lie about everything else in the story. He used false information which means this is not a reliable story. If he would not of used false information it would be a more of a believable story.
Although I may think this some people may argue that this poem was a credible source of information because they brought up a lot of things that could happen. People may believe this because it was easier for them to understand. When they put the story into poem form it makes it very difficult for anyone to understand what is going on in it.
Adolf Hitler once said: “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.” Many people do not believe this poem was not a credible source of information. This poem is very hard to understand which confuses the reader and may lead them to believe false information, this is not a credible source of information because Longfellow could have very easily made this all up on his own. He lied when he told people that Revere had been riding around on his

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