Rhetorical Analysis Of Obama's Victory Speech By Barack Obama

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On November 4, 2008, we listen and saw the most iconic moment in history. Which was to hear Barack Obama's "Victory Speech" that took place in Grant Park, Chicago. This iconic speech took place in front of his supporters, voters, and family. Which Barack Obama was delivering because he had just been elected to become the president of the United States. It was more significant that Obama had succeed because he would be our 1st African American president that understood what it means to work from the bottom up till you reach your goals. Obama has become inspirational to different cultures, ages, races, and genders. In his speech, he was able to carry out the rhetorical appeals that persuaded the audience that night with ethos, pathos, and logos appeals. To assure the United States that by picking Barack Obama as their president, the country was moving forward. …show more content…
Also, it helps pursue the people who believe in fact and true details. Obama used logos by stating, "And this year, in this election, she touched her finger to a screen, and cast her vote, because after 106 years in America, through the best of times and the darkest of hours, she knows how America can change." In this quote, it demonstrates how Obama uses logos appeal by explaining the number of years that it took Anna Nixon to be able to see equality and an African American to be a president. Since Anna Nixon has seen what the country has gone through. Not to mention it makes us recognize how as a nation we have moved

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