A Great People Has Been Defend A Great Nation Speech Analysis

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War, it has been and occurring issues for decades and centuries. Two major events that struck and caused the United States to take part in war were, World War Two attacks on Pearl Harbor by Japanese forces and the terrorist attacks of September eleventh (9/11). A presidential address was made for both attacks on the nation, one by President Roosevelt on the attacks on Pearl Harbor, “A Date Which Will Live in Infamy” and the other later in the years by President Bush, “A Great People Has Been Moved to Defend a Great Nation. Both speeches had a tremendous effect on the nation, but clearly President Roosevelt had a stronger will organized speech, than the one of President Bush.
During World War two (WWII) many people around the world died and including all of the American
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In George W. Bush’s Speech, “A Great People Has Been Moved Defend a great nation,” Bush argues that the nation has been hit by a terrorist act, changing the way of life. He claims that the nation has become even more united and stronger from the horrible attack. He develops this claim by first informing the nation of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the pentagon, then addresses that many are in need of help, and finally asked the nation to help one another to become stronger and overcome the horrendous terrorist attacks. Bush’s purpose is to give grievances for the people lost in the terrible act, in order to unite the nation during this time, help out, and give his thought on the pending event. He establishes a grieving tone for the enter nation that has lost hope due to the attacks. This work is significant because it is a Presidential address that alerts the nation of horrible act in order to help the fallen at the World Trade

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