Rhetorical Analysis Of President Barack Obama's I Have A Dream Speech

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On january 21st President Barack Obama made a speech that would much relate to the speech Dr. Martin Luther King once made on August 28, 1963. They both believed that one day the country would come together and a great nation would be formed. That everyone would get the opportunity to be treated equally. They also believe that this country cannot function without everyone coming together as a nation. In Obama’s speech he will be talking a lot about bring the nation back together and that everyone not matter what your gender maybe, gay or straight, and if you’re an immigrant, he wants the nation to know they have the same rights as well. His going remind the people of what there American values are and it's something every American citizen should have. He's going to mention his new administration and all the problems the country is facing but he will mostly be focusing on liberty and equality in that part of the speech.
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king did when he was speaking to the people in the audience in “ I Have a Dream” speech. When he says “we continue this never ending journey” his actually talking about something king said in 1963, Its when his talking about bring the nation together. They both talk about everyone getting the rights that everyone deserve to get because they are American just like the rest of the people in the country. Obama mentions the declaration of Independence to prove his point just like Dr. king did, they also used the same quote from that document, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”. Obama mention it a lot when his talking about the rights of the gay, the women, and the immigrants. Its like they are still fighting for the same things but in to different

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