SAT Reading Drill 6.9 Citing textual evidence

When could the military get too powerful and out of control? Watch this SAT Reading video to continue this political debate.

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evidence like where does he say it's basically that the military could get [magnifying glass]

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too powerful and out of control and that would be a bad thing just watch [transformer car]

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transformers so we got a bunch of paragraphs to read but let's just think

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about it and we're gonna kind of skim note that all the potential answers here [text on screen]

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all in the 60s so we're just gonna read kind of from 65 maybe to 70 and or kind

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of cruising back here and see if we find anything

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so yeah depends for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will

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persist the way the foundation endanger our liberties or democratic a morning go

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through there should take nothing granted we can compel the property so

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that's it we're back to our question here and let's think about this

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yeah the potential that's powerful that a thing is really kind of grabby isn't

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it well the paragraphs second sentence there contains a fantastic synonym for [writing on chalkboard]

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misplaced power by saying the influence is unwarranted

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Eisenhower's saying that it's misplaced or undeserved or shouldn't be there

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NIC's it well the lines that follow all focus on explaining what the American

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people should do to prevent that kind of dangerous growth so you get rid of all

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of them it's the first one the potential of that unwarranted stuff but could [man taking out trash]

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exist so yeah