Rhetorical Analysis Of Margaret Sanger's Speech

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Margaret Sanger, a well known feminist and women's reproductive right activist in USA history wrote the famous speech: The Children's Era. This speech focuses on the topic of women's reproductive freedom. Sanger uses rhetorical forms of communication to persuade and modify the perspectives of the audience through the use of analogy and pathos. She uses reason, thought and emotion to lead her speech. The excerpt is an example of the main figurative language technique used within the speech: analogy. Sanger directly relates parents/individuals to gardeners, children to seeds and the children's upbringing/living environment/advantages and/or disadvantages to soil, sun exposure, space and fresh air. She mentions the importance of weeding and how
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