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  • Barack Obama's Speech

    It can be seen because at all times the millions of individuals present at his speech were cheering and applauding. Obama was well groomed, had appropriate attire, and had a very good developed outline of his speech. The speech was well structured and had good grammar. Obama’s speech was truthful and realistic to the current state and difficulties in which the nations stand. His speech was very impressive and meaningful in view of that fact that he touched the points that concerned U.S citizens the most. I would not change anything about his speech. He was very clear and convincing as he made eye contact with the audience when possible and did not hesitate to express his thoughts. His speech was very motivational to the audience because it inspired us to make and accept changes. Obama made the audience feel his energy. He visibly told the crowed why he was there. He…

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  • Barack Obama's Transition Speech

    All human beings have a different perception of the world around them, leading to a varied desire for how the world should be shaped. Transition? In the following paper, I will argue that the speech given by President Barack Obama at the United Nations on September 20, 2016 can be analyzed from a Realist and a Confucian perspective regarding the issues of peace and power. Despite the progress achieved in society today, the world still remains full of “uncertainty and unease and strife,” with…

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  • Critical Analysis Of Obama's Speech

    Critical Perspective Analysis of President Obama’s Speech In his speech given in the Japanese city Hiroshima, United States President Barack Obama reflects upon the tragedy of World War II - specifically the event in which the U.S.A bombed the city using nuclear means, causing mass devastation and taking an enormous amount of innocent lives. A key element regarding Obama’s speech includes his perspective on nuclear warfare, as he expresses the belief that the use of nuclear weaponry should be…

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  • Analysis Of Obama's Speech To The NAACP

    : In his speech to the NAACP Obama argues several points surrounding the nation’s inequities and short comings when it comes to its justice system. Obama is particularly concerned with the number of colored community members who sitting in overcrowded prisons. Obama begins to dissect this issue by taking a look at the statistics from the last thirty years which show a dramatic increase in the number of people incarcerated, and of those prisoners that belong to the Latino and African American…

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  • The Rhetorical Analysis Of Obama's Speech

    Rowdy up a people and inspire thousands. As Bill Clinton explained in his DNC speech, “I want to nominate a man who’s cool on the outside, but who burns for America on the inside.” Based on the president’s speech, Obama appears to be a “down to earth” individual, one that is still fervent for the success of this country. Between the austere issues of “jobs, the economy, taxes and deficits, energy, education, war and peace” there are comforting and securing concluding sentences, and laughs from…

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  • Analysis Of Michelle Obama's Commencement Speech

    Most college students can agree that they have one common goal; their goal is to graduate college with their desired degree. Reaching commencement is an honorable achievement. In most ceremonies, honorable people are chosen to give a motivational speech to the aspiring students. Bowie State University’s Commencement speech was given by the United States’ first lady, Michelle Obama. Michelle Obama has a very strong educational past and has earned numerous degrees of her own which makes her a…

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  • Obama's Speech Persuasive Essay

    In recent light, Obama make another speech in the aftermath of the San Bernardino shooting about gun control and safety. It was an emotion filled speech, because the speech was a reminder of the horrendous actions of a few people. President Obama points out that every year in the United States there are 30,000 deaths from guns, two thirds of which are suicides. “And instead of thinking about how to solve the problem, this has become one of our most polarized, partisan debates...” said President…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Michelle Obama's Speech

    The purpose of this essay is to analyze what the speaker or writer is saying critically. The speech that I analyzed was Michelle Obama’s speech on gun violence. Her speech was persuasively successful because of the fact that Michelle used logos and ethos in her speech. The way she was credible throughout her speech and stated her examples made the speech successful. The reason why Michelle Obama’s speech was effective because of the use of arguments about cause and effects, arguments from…

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  • The Rhetorical Analysis Of Michelle Obama's Speech

    Nakyla Dessalines CENG 311-01 Prof. Clark Obama Speech Michelle Obama Democratic Conventional Speech First lady of the United States, Michelle Obama set the tone for the Democratic Convention with her inspirational speech. There she gave a strong and persuasive speech promoting Hillary Clinton to becoming the next president of the United States. Her emotional speech allowed the public to connect to her. Throughout her speech she uplifted the crowd. Michelle Obama’s speech showed her support, and…

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  • Parallel Structure In Barack Obama's Speech

    At the 2004 Democratic National Convention, Current Senatorial candidate, Barack Obama delivered the Keynote speech. In the speech, Obama introduces John Kerry as the Democratic Candidate to run against the incumbent President, George W. Bush. Obama delivers this speech to rally his fellow democrats to stand behind John Kerry and his running mate, John Edwards, to meet the incredibly difficult task of beating a Presidential incumbent in their second bid for office. In order to achieve the…

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