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Use of Italics in "The Moral Equivalent of War"

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The Moral Equivalent of War, William James, 1910

James, William. "The Moral Equivalent of War." Constitution.org. Constitution Society, n.d. Web. 4 May 2016.

The effect of italicizing the words strong and in extremis in line 40 is to

A

indicate a sarcastic tone.

B

imply that James exaggerating to the audience.

C

recount the difficulty of describing the destruction of war.

D

stress the horrors of war to his audience.

E

emphasize the strength of people's convictions about war.