President Cochese's Moral Speech And Cochise Iam Alone: The Idea Of Peace

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For centuries war between tribes , gang and nations have destroyed more than a million lives and let the earth more often destroyed than it was before.however some leaders thru history refute the idea of war choose peace and find a common ground to solve their different issues .In that optic, President kennedy in his inaugural speech and Cochise in his text “iam alone” even thought they appear to be different because they were given in different context of history ,are actually in agreement . In fact Cochise “I’am alone “ analysis reveals the importance to maintain peace helps explain President Kennedy address in 1961 Better. The fact o, finally in the form they used pathos several times. After all , those speeches change the course of history and…show more content…
likewise President John f Kennedy in 1961, to overcome his obstacles decide to go for peace at the first time. In fact as a newly elected president facing a cold war and a divided country after his win in the election President kennedy posed himself as someone ready to negotiate in peace for a better country and word.President kennedy emphasizes “ finally, to those nations who would make themselves our adversary we offer not a pledge but a request:that both sides begin a new the quest for peace” (p. 591).Indeed president kennedy posed himself as a conciliator , a fine diplomat ready to solve their problems without pulling the

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