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  • Analysis Of The Bullet By Malcolm X Speech

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    On April 3, 1964, Malcolm X made a powerful speech called The Ballot or The Bullet that probably changed the way how African Americans saw themselves in 1964. African Americans didn’t have much to say when it came to elections during 1964. The caucasian politicians would come into black neighborhoods to force African Americans to put them in office. Throughout his speech, Malcolm X’s uses ethos, pathos, logos and tone to get his point across. He used rhetorical appeals to explain that all humans

  • The Temperance Movement

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    being burned or dumped. In the present day, one man believes that the theory of banning alcohol in this generation should be done. This man: Billy Sunday, states in his speech “Speech on the evils of alcohol” that alcohol is a vile drink that poisons and tempts the mind into committing sin. The speech (given in the 1920’s) has a cause and affect theme that really sticks to a heavy religion based message. In regards to both the movement and the speech Billy Sunday uses ethos and repetition in order

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Lou Gehrig's Farewell To Baseball Speech

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    give this speech. Although he didn’t need an attention getter, he began his speech with one of the greatest baseball quotes of all time, “Fans, for the past two weeks you have been reading about a bad break I got. Yet today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth.” (Gehrig, 1939) Every single time I hear or read that opening line it sends chills down my spine and stops me for a moment to reflect on everything that is going on in my own life.

  • Joseph Goebbels Analysis

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    My primary source is a speech by the Nazi Minister of Propaganda and ‘Public Enlightenment’, Joseph Goebbels. The speech was given in 1933 at the opening of an exhibition in Berlin a mere six weeks following Hitler’s seizure of power. The speech’s goal was to lay out the foundations of womanhood under National Socialism. This essay will highlight the demographic and ideological principles related to women in Nazi Germany. However, it is essential to note that under Nazi ideology, gender relations

  • Sojourner Truth’s Ain’t I A Woman?

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    On May 29, 1851, Sojourner Truth gave her most famous speech at the Women’s Convention in Akron, Ohio. Truth, being born a slave and escaping to her freedom, was both a women’s rights activist and abolitionist. In a male-dominated society, Truth wanted to gain awareness for the inequalities of women and African Americans during the time period. She makes several claims how African Americans and women are not inferior to the white male population. By targeting those males, Truth portrays them as antagonists

  • A Comparison Of The Unjust Speech In Clouds

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    the Just Speech and Unjust Speech. Yet, he immediately exits and leaves Pheidippides to observe and “learn them [just and unjust things] himself” (886). The two

  • Analysis Of Rise And Swimmer

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    Rise and Swim (Welcome to the Grind) Rise and Swim is an inspirational speech on you tube. This is a very interesting and powerful speech. It is an athlete related speech but it not only encourages them but everyone. It claims that if you really want to achieve something, you have to strive for it because there would be lots of different voices in your head that may put you down, but listening to the one voice that says “You got this, you’re ready”, you know then you are on the right path. Everything

  • Best Man Wedding Toast

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    Best Man Wedding Speech Its turning out to be a day packed full new experiences for me. It’s the first time I’ve had the honour of being a best man, It’s the first time that Brandon has complimented me in over 30 years, and it’s the first time I’ve got a free dinner out of him since that kebab he bought me back in 93. So far things have been going pretty well…until now. Start the car Steve. Ladies, Gentlemen, boys, girls Brandon and Lisa, First of all, let me begin on behalf of the bridesmaids

  • Analysis Of Ain T I A Woman

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    Truth’s speech entitled “Ain’t I A Woman?” became popular for its honest and raw confrontation on the injustices she experienced both as a woman and an African-American. The speech was given during a women’s rights convention held in Akron, Ohio in May 1851 and addressed many women’s rights activists present (Marable and Mullings, 66). Sojourner began her speech by pointing out the irrational expectations men have of women and contrasting them to her own experiences. She exclaims that a man in the

  • Donald Trump's Speech

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    Thesis: Donald Trump uses facts and statistics and examples to effectively persuade his supporters that he would make the best president for this country. Introduction Facts and Statistics A. Homicides B. Immigration C. Trump uses facts and statistics to show that America, at this point, only has room to get better and that he is the best person to fix this nation and to make it as great as it once was. II. Examples A. Illegal immigration issues