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Washington’s Farewell Address Urges Neutrality
Politicians Urge Stronger US Intervention Against ISIS

How are the EVENTS referred to in the headlines above similar?
How are the EVENTS referred to in the headlines above different?

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  1. They both are trying to protect the U.S. How are they different?

  2. They are from different time periods

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  3. Is there any other ways they are similar

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  4. That's one difference, but there's another one. Which one advocates war?

  5. This one Politicians Urge Stronger US Intervention Against ISIS?

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  6. Yes, your last answer is right.

  7. I cant think of anything else

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  8. That's probably enough.

    You're welcome.

  9. Thanks so much!!
    so just
    differences
    1. time period
    2. advocates war
    similarity's
    1. protect U.S

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