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I describe the tone in Winston Churchill's Blood, Sweat, Toil, and Tears as one of determined focused urgency. Churchill knew the grave situation Britain was in concerning their fight against German tyranny under Adolph Hitler, and he had to impress the severity of the situation on Parliament and the British people. Therefore, in an unabashed, sincere, and direct way, he let the nation and its other leaders know, in no uncertain terms, that they had an arduous, long fight ahead of them. His tone is one of deep concern - with the attendant resolve in his distinct tone to inspire the nation and its leaders to never give up.
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