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This persuasive organizational pattern arranges information based upon pros and cons. A. Advantages-disadvantages B. Monroe’s Motivated Sequence C. Cause-effect D. Effect-cause
This persuasive organizational pattern arranges information based upon pros and cons. A. Advantages-disadvantages
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