c) The article includes a quote from Jaworski stating that there was no agreement or understanding between Nixon and the special prosecutor’s office related to Nixon’s resignation.
Option C is the best choice. It says that Jaworski did not have any agreement with Nixon over his resignation. The quote is "there has been no agreement or understanding of any sort between the President or his representatives and the special prosecutor relating in any way to the President's resignation." He further goes on to state that there "was not asked for any such agreement or understanding and offered none." The only reason Jaworski would need to specifically make a statement is if many people were wondering whether or not Nixon's resignation meant that he would be pardoned for his wrong judgments. The other options do not work at all.
The poet depicts the horrific experience of one anonymous soldier in Bayonet Charge, portraying the repercussions of war on him as wholly negative. Hughes begins the poem with the phrase "suddenly he awoke," which quickly immerses the reader in the turmoil of war, heightening the poem's impact.
This isn't the whole answer, but I've got a hint if that helps: "To dissolve the political bands" means to to "revolt against authority, restructure a government, elect new leadership, end the relationship with a government." (That was from a different brainly question by the way, not my credit.) So basically, in other words these lines can represent the wanted freedom of the country, and so possibly establish the <u>freedom</u> for the Declaration of Independence. This may not be true and I'm sorry if this is incorrect and doesn't help, but I hope it gives you a boost for the question. Have a nice day!