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A presidential candidate pushing for health care reform talks about Ms. Mollie Johnson of Nashville, Tennessee, who can’t afford her prescription for diabetes. Which device is the candidate using?
A.description
B.anecdote
C.analogy
D.case study
I think it is B...?

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