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What are the purposes of President Carter’s speech “Energy and the National Goals—A Crisis of Confidence”?

Select all that apply.

Energy and the National Goals—A Crisis of Confidence

to state President Carter’s belief that the most important threat to American democracy is the energy crisis

to call attention to the urgent need for Americans to unite so that they can overcome the many crises the country is facing

to highlight the idea that the American people have apparently lost faith in the federal government but still support the nation as a whole

to declare that the nation needs to defeat the crisis of confidence so that Americans’ growing doubts about the nation’s future will not prevail

A and B?

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  1. it's B and D

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  2. so is it b and d or a and b ?

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  3. A is incorrect but B is correct

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