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Frank's Explaination of the Main Characterstics in Obama's Inauguration Speech

- ... As Campbell argues, “specific policies are proposed for contemplation, not for action... contemplative expository function differentiates inaugurals from State of Union address, in which proposals are presented for congressional action” (p. 40). Hence, Frank should have made clear Obama’s vision that forms the basis of his signatures instead of policies. Furthermore, I suppose there are two critical ideas behind Obama’s encouragement of a cosmopolitan civil religion that Frank should explicate....   [tags: unity, religion, politics]

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Major Topics in President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address

- ... First proposal he called for tax reform. As a matter of fact, He stated that the tax law for both citizens and businesses was too difficult and that by simplifying the tax act and getting rid of loopholes. In this case profits could be growing up and that would push businesses to invest in the U.S.; as a result of that creates more jobs and increases wages. he said, the key to economic growth is Infrastructure. Obama’s second suggestion is investing in infrastructure. Saving money by simplifying the tax act could help to invest in building bridges, repairing roads, and other aspects of infrastructures that would attract businesses and flourish the economy....   [tags: economy, domestic, military]

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How to Address the High Staff Turnover Rate Experienced by Lonma

- How to Address the High Staff Turnover Rate Experienced by Lonma Organizational Behavior Final Project 1. Project Framework The framework utilized by the KICK team to complete this project is outlined below. Instead of simply finding a company and scheduling an interview to explore their recognized issues, the team believed it should work to brainstorm issues that Chinese firms may be experiencing first, and then initially qualify this hypothesis with any firm that we subsequently approached....   [tags: Business Management Analysis]

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Problems Facing ESOL Students and How the Teacher Can Address These Issues

- An analyse of the problems facing ESOL students in the area of reading and how the teacher can address these issues. 1.1 vocabulary is a fundamental aspect of a reading comprehension. According to Payne and Whittaker (2006, p.96) explains, comprehension skill is the basic of academic task which possible to be the important approach to collect information. Having a range of vocabulary is very important that may help the learners to understand the text, according to,Shieh and Freiermuth (March -2010,p.111) researchers have that" a learner's vocabulary knowledge can be correlated predictable to performance of reading comprehension task" and could lead to develop their capability of guessing t...   [tags: Education, philosophy of education]

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inaugural address

- On Thursday January 20th 2005, President Bush delivered his second inaugural address after being sworn in for his second term. In his address Bush promised to keep his word and fulfill his duty as president of the United States. These duties have not been upheld according to the numerous protestors who showed up at his Inauguration. In his Inaugural Address Bush discussed many things. The inaugural address was a speech which would reassure the American people that President Bush will lead us to victory....   [tags: essays research papers]

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John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address

- Overflowing with vivid tropes and other satisfying discourse, John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address plays to an irrefutably pleasant melody. Strong, motivational verbs are coupled with pretty and sophisticated adjectives in a manner that would make the most inane speech capable of swaying an entire population. And sway Kennedy did, for his garnering of the pulitzer prize (he is the only president to have done so) certainly had basis in a man of sound judgment that was wise beyond his years. The auditory gratification that would come with hearing Kennedy’s speech is substantiated by a true, moral message that would both excite and unite all Americans....   [tags: American History]

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FDR's First Inaugural Address, The Fog of Fear: Alan Axelrod's Interpretations

- Franklin Delano Roosevelt had a very interesting life. He was the 32nd President of the United States. He was born on January 30, 1882 in Hudson Valley of New York. His parents were James Roosevelt and Sara Ann Delano. Surprisingly his parents were sixth cousins. He went to Harvard College and was part of the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. He then married Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, his fifth cousin. Together they had six children. Anna, James, Franklin, who died less than a year after he was born, Elliot, Franklin Delano Junior, and John....   [tags: interested, success, confident]

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Obama's First Inaugural Speech

- Picture this: a cold January day in Washington D.C, the first African American president is about to be inaugurated with a combined audience of over 38 million looking to be inspired. Ted Sorensen, a former speechwriter for John F. Kennedy, believes “An inaugural address is by definition a defining moment for any new president.” An inaugural address is a stepping stone for each new administration because it creates a first impression; the address marks the time when the president stops trying to win votes and starts taking action....   [tags: Inauguration, American Presidents]

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The Meaning of the Gettysburg Address

- Essay on the Meaning of the Gettysburg Address While the Gettysburg Address is fairly short in length at around 300 words, this famous speech delivered by President Abraham Lincoln on November 19, 1963 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is both enduring and meaningful for all Americans today, almost exactly 146 years later. The first paragraph of his speech sets the tone, in which Lincoln does not directly mention the bloody Battle of Gettysburg, in which 50,000 soldiers lost their lives. Instead, he refers in the opening phrase, “Four score and seven years ago,” to the founding of America through another important written document, the Declaration of Independence in 1776....   [tags: American History]

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Meaning Behind The Gettysburg Address

- While the Gettysburg Address is short in length at around 300 words, this famous speech by President Abraham Lincoln on November 19, 1863 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is still both enduring and meaningful for all Americans today, almost exactly 146 years later. The first paragraph of his speech sets the tone, in which Lincoln does not directly mention the bloody Battle of Gettysburg, in which 50,000 soldiers lost their lives. Instead, he refers in the opening phrase, “Four score and seven years ago,” to the founding of America through another important written document, the Declaration of Independence in 1776....   [tags: American History]

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