1 What do the publications mentioned in the headnote – both the publication in which "On Racist Speech" was originally published and the publication in which a longer version of the article appeared – lead you to expect from the writer in terms of tone (formal? informal?), vocabulary (general? specialized?), level of difficulty (low? high? somewhere in between?), subject matter, etc.? Would you expect there to be significant differences between the two versions, or would you expect them to be essentially the same?
The two versions lead one to expect the employment of a formal tone. The audience in all the publications held Lawrence to a certain degree, and therefore, their expecta