The Rhetorical Analysis Of Abraham Lincoln's Speech?
He could not understand why he was called to speak about the Fourth of July, when it never meant anything else but the US’s independence from Britain. Nobody considered the slaves part of the Fourth of July. To Lincoln, this all seemed like something to laugh about, even if he did make his speech in despair. He states strongly that everyone seemingly knew that an interest in slaves would cause war, yet the Confederates detected nothing. Maybe they were too trustworthy in their forces. No matter, because everything had already happened, and there was nothing else to do. Frederick Douglass believed slavery could no longer be discussed, even if it was banned, and Abraham Lincoln believed that everyone was equal, though his strongest subject was the war. It would not have mattered anyways because some of the past’s problems haunt us today; even if history’s most important people of the 19th century debated it. Others may be unaware, slavery that happens in other countries, and everyone is in debt by the day they turn eighteen. Have you ever wondered where fresh vegetables magically appear at the market, or where chocolate comes from? Many slaves harvest the United States’ food such as chocolate, coffee, vegetables, and make other non-food items including handmade carpets, sweaters, blankets, and charcoal. Slavery is just one of many obstacles the nation has not overcome,