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Which best describes the way that Thoreau structured "Civil Disobedience"? A. He uses pathos to establish facts and clear reasoning and then logos to motivate his readers emotionally. B. He uses pathos to appeal to his readers' emotions and then logos to show that his argument is common sense as well. C. He uses logos to build his credibility and then logos to appeal to his readers' common sense and logic. D. He uses logos to show the sensibility of his argument and then ethos to show that he has put his ideas into practice.

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The right answer for the question that is being asked and shown above is that: "B. He uses pathos to appeal to his readers' emotions and then logos to show that his argument is common sense as well." the statement that best describes the way that Thoreau structured "Civil Disobedience" is that B. He uses pathos to appeal to his readers' emotions and then logos to show that his argument is common sense as well.

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