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Which sentence in this excerpt from franklin D. Roosevelt’s four freedoms speech suggests that the us governent would gain more power to prepare for war

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Answer 1
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In his address,  

(1) Roosevelt called for increase in the production of American Arms.  

(2) Besides, he even asked for support from the Americans in Lend Lease program.  

These two statements suggest that America would gain power to prepare for war as the said policy would give the allies a cashless access to the US ammunition.


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(Needs answer fast thank you <3) How does the author characterize Hazel's relationship with her brother, Raymond?
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Hi!

The answer would be option B, Hazel feels generally privileged to be his caretaker.

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The author's intent with characterizing Hazel and her brother's relationship is to show us that Hazel's role as the caretaker of her brother is something that she's proud of and feels priviledged to do.

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