In the first sentence of the ninth paragraph (“Gentlemen . expect overmuch”), Washington’s shift in tone primarily serves to contrast o the idea

In the first sentence of the ninth paragraph
(“Gentlemen . expect overmuch”), Washington’s
shift in tone primarily serves to contrast
o the idea of size and potential with an attitude of
deference and gratitude.
o the possibility of accomplishments with a sense of
disappointment in real outcomes.
o the sorrows of the past with hopeful expectations
for the future.
o the frustrations of being in a marginalized group
with fearful optimism.
the threat of violence and chaos with an offering of
reconciliation and peace

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