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  • Obama Victory Speech Analysis

    Together Forward: A Critique of Obama 's Victory Speech “Change” was the President Barack Obama 's iconic motto when he was running his presidential campaign in 2008. Infamous “change poster” appeared on the sitcoms, advertisements even in music videos to the point that his name became synonymous with the word “Change”. For his second run, “Forward” was the theme surrounding President Obama 's campaign work. Following his reelection, President Obama and his speech writers created a victory…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Eulogy And Usher's Chains

    A Rhetorical Analysis: Compare and Contrast the Rhetorical Appeals and Techniques used in Obama’s Eulogy and Usher’s song “Chains” President Barack Obama, in his eulogy for Reverend Pinckney delivers an emotional speech that left many in tears and inspired, inspired to make change. Obama’s speech was intended towards all citizens of the United States, especially the victimized families and people of South Carolina. During his eulogy, Obama praises the great man that Reverend Pinckney was and…

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  • Importance Of National Image

    I. Introduction National image is important with each country. It is not only to show the basic information but also represent the picture of country to over the world. If the national image good, it makes country is more famous and support to contribute the economy developed. Except America-the most famous and powerful country in the world, some countries should be mentioned because of national image have changed and affect over the world. II. Definitions First of all, we should understand…

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  • The Separation Of Prisoners Of War

    THE TREATMENT OF PRISONERS OF WAR UNDER THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS REGIME: IS IT REALLY EFFICACIOUS OR IS IT TIME FOR RETOOLING? “Wars, undertaken to maintain national honor, should be conducted upon the principles of moderation” – Hugo Grotius The history pertaining to the prisoner of war is as old as the history of warfare and throughout the course of such history we have always worshipped the victor and the loser is often erased from our memories. As the search for legal protection…

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  • Why Do We Need More Gun Control?

    Gun fire rained down on the crowd. Everyone was running around trying to find safety. It was a war zone. People started dropping left and right. Blood was making pools in the field. Innocent civilians covered their loved ones. Screaming. People seeing their loved ones fall to the ground. All of this was happening during the Las Vegas Mass shooting. A gun man shot at innocent civilians for many minutes while no one knew where this guy was. Spending the most of his time getting these guns legally…

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  • The Real Lincoln Delorenzo Summary

    DiLorenzo, Thomas J. The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War. New York: Three Times Rivers, 2002. Thomas J. DiLorenzo write The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War, a book about events that went on while Abraham Lincoln was under term. More so, DiLorenzo criticizes Lincoln. He touched basis on many events that Americans honor Lincoln for and somethings the former president tries to cover up. The purpose…

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  • Summary Of Drift By Rachel Maddow

    From the establishment of the United States, the country has been shaped by the ache of war, which was a united fight; once the United States was in war, the entire country itself found itself in that war. From the time of Thomas Jefferson, the stance of war and soldiers were unparalleled to the ideology of the military circa 20th century. In Rachel Maddow’s, Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power, there is a shift of power in the military, creating a perpetual spending and power for…

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  • The Untouchability Of War In Richard Aldington's Death Of A Hero

    Yuval Harari’s claim that war is a specific experience only truly understood by those who have endured the experience themselves is a common conception that is frequently accepted even to this day. It is easy to understand how one would believe that war changes the people who have experienced it considering the wide range of literature that has been devoted to portraying this idea of the untouchability of war. The fact that so many artists and writers have dedicated their lives to creating…

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  • Immigrants Become America

    The World War I had raised a lot of troubles for the United States. The war expense cost America lots of money, which the U.S. government could not afford to pay. Besides that, there was a bunch of immigrants to the United States which from Germany, Italy, Ireland, and Europe. Therefore, the United States had a process that called “Americanization” to make the immigrants become American so they could get benefits from that. This process had brought up many good consequences to the United States.…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Obama's Hypocrisy

    President Obama’s Hypocrisy President Barack Hussein Obama is the forty fourth president of the United States elected in 2008 and he is the first president, under the constitution, of African descent. He worked his way up from the Illinois State Senate to the US Senate and was officially sworn in as president on January 20, 2009. Given his background in politics, logically, people assumed that he was a responsible, trustworthy candidate for president; however, his actions prove otherwise. His…

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