How does president john f. kennedy appeal to americans’ sense of patriotism in his inaugural address? he calls on the world to maintain high expectations for the united states and its people. he insists that their enemies around the globe participate in solving the world’s problems with them. he reminds them that the united states has a long tradition of fighting for freedom at home and around the world. he asks them to establish a “new world of law” that is based on justice and not on military strength.
answer: a.he reminds them that the united states has a long tradition of fighting for freedom at home and around the world.good luck
imparadis't in one anothers arms
the happier eden, shall enjoy their fill
of bliss on bliss, while i to hell am thrust,
where neither joy nor love, but fierce desire,
among our other torments not the least,
still unfulfill'd with pain of longing pines;
yet let me not forget what i have gain'd
from their own mouths; all is not theirs it seems:
one fatal tree there stands of knowledge call'd,
forbidden them to taste: knowledge forbidd'n?
suspicious, reasonless. why should their lord
envie them that? can it be sin to know,
can you give me a hint