Read this sentence from President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Address to Congress Requesting a Declaration of War.”
But always will our whole Nation remember the character of the onslaught against us.
Which key idea does Roosevelt develop in this sentence?
Roosevelt is trying to get listeners motivated for action on the homefront.
Roosevelt is trying to appeal more to Americans' fear than to their righteous anger.
Roosevelt is making a logical appeal to move the country toward peace.
Roosevelt is making an emotional appeal to get the country in agreement about war.