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    A freshman expository writing student did the first poster examined, which was about the Rogerian argument, a way to go from a social issue paper for students to a news article for the public to see. A sophomore critical writing class on creating memorandums presented the second poster observed. This exhibit had addressed companies in order to receive a grant or permission to move forward with a project. Lastly a travel writing class presented a poster on travel writing and Bristol RI. This presentation was meant to persuade respective Roger Williams’s students that Bristol is a great college town. The exhibit that did not exemplify a good argument was the one on the Rogerian Argument; it had a lack of persuasion and clarity. The Proposals and travel writing exhibits both were very good at persuading the audience and providing a meaningful purpose. First I will compare the purposes of each exhibit and how well they are presented. Secondly I will talk about the ability to capture their specific audiences. Lastly I will compare each exhibit on how well their rhetorical situation was touched upon and completed. The purpose of this report is to explain the positives and negatives of each exhibit in respect to purpose audience and rhetorical situation to help aid in the consideration…

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    In 1635, John Winthrop expelled Roger Williams from Massachusetts. John Winthrop was scared of Williams’ ideas on divorce, church and state, and slavery. Williams was very ahead of his time because his ideas are the bias for how society thinks about issues today. He even had his personal ideas used in the Constitution. After his exile, Williams got caught lost in a forest during one of the greatest winter storms ever recorded. He stumbled upon foreign lands that would soon become Rhode Island…

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    Essay #2 Roger Williams was a religious leader who founded the state of Rhode Island (qtd. in Williams). He practiced peaceful ideologies and respected those different from him. Even though he believed religion was important and it should influence everyone’s lives, Williams believed there should be separation between church and state. Religious freedom was important to him, and spirituality was something that greatly impacted his life. Because Roger Williams believed in religious liberty, many…

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    from Massachusetts and has written various other books about powerful and influential women in history. The thing that makes this book unique is that Anne Hutchinson is actually an ancestor of LaPlante which allows her to have a different point of view on the situation and she is able to write the book in a different way and explain it differently than another author would. Anne Hutchinson was a woman of change who was very open minded and saw things differently than other woman in her time did…

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    Women were considered “The maids and birthed babies.’ They did not have a say in anything. So, for Hutchinson to go out and speak so negatively about the church was a huge deal. She typically held meetings in her home because she did have such a big following. Many enjoyed the open conversation and self-expression afforded at her meetings. Unfortunately to the Puritan Leaders, what Anne did was considered treason. At her trial, she was pregnant with her 16th child, but she put her foot down and…

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    anyone who spoke of blasphemy and/or worship of false gods. Colonists towns governed themselves and all local officials, delegates to General Court, and colonial governors were all elected. Although the right to vote was limited to only male church members, who were of a restricted social elite that had experienced “divine grace” by testifying accounts of conversion experience to puritan faith. Roger Williams had his own ideals of the meaning of liberty believing, “soul liberty” which…

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    Hutchinson is a contentious figure, having been lionised, mythologized, and demonised by various writers. “ For me this quote showed that to many people she was religious leader who many people believed in and a person who changed history and believed the most in women 's rights and making equality a known thing. Anne was such a powerful person that when she got put in jail twenty-three people signed a paper known as Portsmouth Compact. This paper allowed Rhode Island to elect a new governor and…

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    This essay will be going over the pros and cons of Roger Williams. we will be talking about p People left England to escape religious prosecution. the people who left England came to the United States to practice there religions freely. Roger Williams is defender of religious liberty. He took a hike and had a lifelong search so he could emerge his beliefs and ideas with God. When Roger Williams had a chance to remind everyone what bad they did against him he didn’t miss it.…

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    Survival Behaviors of a Pygmy Marmoset One of the things that differs the pygmy marmoset from other monkey in terms of behavior is their diet. A pygmy marmosets diet consists mostly of tree sap. They use thier teeth to open up the tree then the eat the sap from the inside. Since they are so small this can take them awhile. If their environment doesn’t supply enough sap they will also live of of plants and insects. Survival Behaviors of a Pygmy Marmoset Pt. 2 Another important survival…

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    profit off of an animated series that depicts American reality. But does Seth MacFarlane achieve this in the episode that first aired on Fox’s Animation Domination? The first American Dad episode called, “Pilot” which earned a 7.5 rating in Adults 18-49 and a total of 15.1 million viewers. The episode opens with a white middle class family together at breakfast with the children arguing about the significance of a degree from a community college and makes an incest remark. Quickly into the…

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