Ethos In The Gettysburg Address

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President Lincoln’s speech “The Gettysburg Address” was extremely influential on the nation. In this speech Lincoln addresses where the United States was at this time, where the nation had been before, and where the nation was going in the future. He motivated America to come together and unite as one, and stated we as a nation must not let our soldiers die in vain. Throughout the speech he uses strong diction, and appeals to ethos and pathos. In the first paragraph of the Gettysburg Address, president Lincoln addresses the past. He states how the nation used to look; prosperous and united. All men are working together towards a common goal and fighting for what is right. He instills a sense of pride, by using strong diction and tying back

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