LTE Homework – thefrontbottom

As the letter, “An Hourly Worker’s Questions For The President,” does convey the authors valid complaints towards an either ironic or ignorant presidential boast of job creation, the author does not include all of the 10 essential components of a Letter to the Editor to make his argument persuasive. Fortunately he does use a citation, a clarification, a premise, support, and a call to action which helps his case, but does not use all of the components to make his letter a true LTE. The author’s letter is more of an addition to the original editorial.

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1 Response to LTE Homework – thefrontbottom

  1. davidbdale says:

    Fair analysis, FrontBottom. What’s the letter missing? Apostrophe problem.


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