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    Barack Obama's religious background is more diverse than that of most prominent politicians. In spite of the fact that his given name signifies "blessed" in both Swahili and Arabic, President Barack Obama was not brought up in an especially religious family. His mother was raised by non-practicing Christians; his father was raised a Muslim, but was an atheist by the time he married Obama's mother. Neither Obama nor his mom were ever nonbelievers or related to agnosticism in any way, yet she brought him up in a generally common family where he found out about religion and diverse beliefs individuals had about God. Obama is Christian. In his book The Audacity of Hope, he explains “It came about as a choice and not an epiphany; the questions…

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    Based on historical facts of the author's life. The Audacity of Hope is a book written by the United States ex-president Barack Obama published by Crown Publishing Group in 2006, the beginning of his presidential campaign. The content of the book is dense in ideas and values; details of his biography and his fluid narrative creates a pleasant reading environment. The central point of reflection in this book is the rescue of original values of the American people who have been betrayed prolog…

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    Have you ever come across someone who couldn’t want anything more than for people to stop judging each other by color, religion or origin? Well, if you have, I guarantee they’re not as dedicated as Barrack Obama is to creating a society that is equal in all aspects. In “A More Perfect Union”, Obama expresses that people should not be focused on physical or background differences, they should be focusing on the issues that we all face in society. The issues such as, schools, healthcare and jobs.…

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    At the 2004 Democratic Keystone Address President Barack Obama, who at the time was Senator Obama, gave a speech called “The Audacity of Hope”. Before giving his speech President Barack Obama was a virtually unknown democratic Senator in Illinois; after giving his speech President Barack Obama was known in virtually every politically adept household in America. Throughout his speech Obama uses structure and anaphora to establish himself to the nation under the guise of giving a speech to…

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    Hope is more than a word and more than an idea. It is a state of being that is not limited to one person. It is undefinable because it fits in so many categories. Barack Obama uses hope as a main idea for his 2004 Keynote Address speech for the democratic party. This speech is thought to be one of his greatest speeches and even inspired him to write a book called The Audacity of Hope. Throughout The 2004 Keynote Address, Barack Obama uses multiple devices to sway voters to chose John Kerry as…

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    Hope is more than a word and more than an idea. It is a state of being that is not limited to one person. It is undefinable because it fits in so many categories. Barack Obama uses hope as a main idea for his 2004 Keynote Address speech for the democratic party. This speech is thought to be one of his greatest speeches and even inspired him to write a book called The Audacity of Hope. Throughout The 2004 Keynote Address, Barack Obama uses multiple devices to sway voters to chose John Kerry as…

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    Politics is the one thing that moves the United States in a positive direction, but that depends on your political party. If you’re Republican, Democratic, or a Third-Party that statement is viewed differently. The parties weren’t as divided as they are now. In Audacity of Hope by Barack Obama, it describes how we used to come together and have compromise at dinners with “steaks and cigars.” (17) Obama uses past tense when describing how the Democrats and Republicans communicate with each other,…

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    Audacity of Hope Rhetorical Analysis "My dream is of a place and a time where America will once again be seen as the last best hope of Earth" - Abe Lincoln. Since it 's early beginnings, America has been a place of hope, and that standard is carried on through a speech, given by Senator Barrack Obama, called The Audacity of Hope. Obama gave this speech as the Keynote address for the 2004 Democratic National Convention. At the time, Democrat John Kerry was running for president against…

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    Barack Obama has a net worth of $12.2 million. He was Illinois senator for 3 terms and became the first African American US President, as well as the 44th POTUS. He is an author and one of the most powerful people in the world. How he earned it Books Barack’s books, The Audacity of Hope and Dreams of my Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance contributed immensely to his net worth. His speech during the Democratic National Convention in 2004 resulted in national exposure and popularity. As his…

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    Barack Obama’s keynote address, “The Audacity of Hope”, at the 2004 Democratic National Convention went down as a pivotal early moment for the senator, setting the foundation for his presidential run and eventual victory in 2008. But the speech itself established that he wanted Americans, including republicans and independents, to vote for John Kerry as president in 2004. This convention was just after democrats had nominated Kerry as the party’s bid for president, so they wanted to immediately…

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