Special Message to the Congress on the Urgent National Needs

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Throughout the usage of the English language, individuals use powerful metaphors and figurative devices to get their messages across to empower people logically. In 1957, The Soviets become the first nation to deliver a satellite into earth’s orbit. In 1961, the Soviets send a wake up call to the world by sending the first human, Yuri Gargarin, into space. As Gargarin, the first man in space, Soviet accomplishments receive a large amount of recognition; receiving the title of the as a superior nation during the Cold War era. Upon the Soviet Union’s success, as the president, Kennedy was required to re-establish public hope to the citizens. Let’s analyze how Kennedy re-gained public moral by setting standards for American Citizens. As the commander and chief, Kennedy was required to inspire and influence the American public by letting people know that the United Sates was still superior. With the appropriate setting and emotional state the public was in, Kennedy uses words to convey the audience to re-establish patriotism and hope. According to the national geographic, Gargin influenced many to accomplish more than him to seek better and beyond his life changing experience. The Soviet’s accomplishments led to the rise and conquer of American Action. At the state of union, Kennedy stated, “Space is open to us now; and our eagerness to share its meaning is not governed by the efforts of others. We go into space because whatever mankind must undertake, free men must fully share.” According to the NASA. With leaving the American public shocked and a sense of loss, Kennedy impacts millions by purposely inspire millions to try their best to accomplish greatness. Kennedy’s monologue reached the minds, and hearts to the pu... ... middle of paper ... ...pport and present a goal that can only be achieved by believing. With the heist of the Cold War presenting itself, Kennedy takes advantage to prove as charismatic and to gain the public’s support with confidence. Works Cited Dunbar, Brian. "NASA - Excerpt from the 'Special Message to the Congress on Urgent National Needs' May 24, 2004." NASA. . Garbar, Steve. "The Decision to Go to the Moon:President John F. Kennedy's May 25, 1961 Speech before Congress." The Decision to Go to the Moon:President John F. Kennedy's May 25, 1961 Speech before Congress. N.p., 29 Oct. 2013. http://history.nasa.gov/moondec.html Nasa. "Special Message to the Congress on Urgent National Needs President John F. Kennedy." Nasa. N.p., n.d. .

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