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  1. The interaction of the ensemble is perfect. They are making eye contact with each other as the lead singer changes from each one. that's important and shows respect as that no one of them has a greater part in the piece. While the dance scene starts with the 3 together, there is a little competition between them and the is good-natured and part of the scene. No one person had a greater part...there was role equality and each dancer was a lead. That stands out when i think of the partner dances and how it feels as if the woman is just an object to be lead and twirled on the dance floor.
  2. FDR tells how Cohen is spreading patriotism to the other 47 states and he quotes the news papers. Cohen then mentions that the papers had a Party opinion of the President and upon reflection to RI, that more states are coming. Flag waving and cheering was a great way to make the audience feel that they too were a party of something...to feel the unity and pride that was being portrayed in the scenes.
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