An Untrustworthy President
“The true test of the American ideal is whether we’re able to recognize our failings and then rise together to meet the challenges of our time. Whether we allow ourselves to be shaped by events and history, or whether we act to shape them.”
On Religion: Speeches to its Cultured Despisers
Friedrich Schleiermacher, a Protestant theologian, philosopher, and educator, who wrote On Religion: Speeches to its Cultured Despisers (1799), ventured into Christian dogmatics in a non-conventional yet avant-garde manner. His new approach to crit
In the life of a manager one faces many hurdles and numerous pressures. One such hurdle is how to handle the unexpected or a crisis situation. In our study of crisis situations we have chosen to review the leadership exhibited by Mayor Giuliani after 9/11 to that of Mayor Nagin of New Orleans after
Comparison of speeches
This is a comparison of John F. Kennedy's and Martin Luther King's speeches. First I will analyze them individually, then I will compare and contrast the two different speeches.
Kennedy's inaugural speech establishes what his vision is for the world; global unity, suppor
In 1862 Bismarck said, 'The great question of the day will not be settled by speeches and majority decisions...'
What were 'the great questions of the day' for Bismarck, and how did he settle them up to 1871?
The significance of Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck-Schönhausen for world history is
The historical value of speeches in Thucydides
In writing his history as a whole, it is fair to say that Thucydides has always been praised for his relative historical accuracy, be that due to his actual presence at events, his use of eyewitness testimony or his noted checking of facts. In style
"The Gap between Knowledge and Action"
Have you ever wondered why, a lot of times, you just can’t seem to make progress in life despite the fact that you know so much about what it takes to succeed? There just seems to be a gap between what you know and what you actually d
I have selected two speeches both of which I felt were written to connect with their audience and be persuasive. The first speech by indigenous Australian rights activist Faith Bandler, is aptly named “Faith, Hope and Reconciliation” 1999, the second speech is “Funeral Service of the Unknown A
In these speeches there are many differences and similarities. "Ain't I A Woman" focuses more on the right that men and women should be treated equally. "I Have A Dream" focuses on the equality for all races. Both of these speeches still have things in common. For example, they both strive for eq
Obama, The Man of Many Speeches
In the first 231 days since his inauguration, President Barrack Obama gave 263 speeches (“newsvine.com”). Obama certainly possesses the qualities of an amazing speaker. Some might even go as far to say that the only reason he won presidency is because of his a
The Collision of Realism with Symbolism on the Example of Moscow Art Theatre’s Production of Hamlet. In this discourse I am going to analyse the collective work of two 20th century most influential theatre practitioners: Constantine Stanislavsky and Edward Gordon Craig. A subject becomes more inte
1) STAGES OF THE CAMPAIGN
Using Yale’s five-stage developmental model, identify the stages of Ronald Reagan’s first presidential campaign giving specific examples from history. Give specific attention to applying the stages of a
Shakespeare’s Example of Powerful Public Speakers
William Shakespeare's “Julius Caesar” is a tragic story of the dog in the manger. After Caesar is killed Mark Antony, a good friend of Caesar, plots to revenge his bloody death. He knows there
An evaluation of the Taxi Recapitalisation Project (TRP) as an example of a total system change intervention.
Alwyn P. Hoogendyk
Table of Content
1.0 Executive summary 3
2.0 Goals of the study 3
3.0 Short history of the TRP 3
4.0 Evaluation of the TRP from a chang
Executive Leadership MGMT 6225.01
As intended, this myography is all about me. It dissects my past, present, and my future in regards to being a leader. It explores my inner self for honest discovery on what made me
“What are some of the ideas found in the speeches? What arguments and techniques are used to explore these ideas?”
Margaret Atwood and Aung San Suu Kyi’s empowering speeches have spanned across decades, united in their aim to draw attention to a lack of freedom, justice and democratic right
Hole In The Wall Gang
By Robert Kauffman
Speech Given at Convocation September 19, 1999
I am honored and somewhat amazed that I am here today. Honored because it is Deerfield. Simple as that. This is such a special place in my life and my heart. I am amazed because I realize the mai
The main aim of this graduation paper is to show lexical peculiarities in modern political discourse.
The structure of the given graduation paper is the following: an introduction, two chapters, a conclusion and a bibliography. The aim of the first chapter entitled «T
These two speeches are similar in terms of their structure and their rhetoric. The overarching theme of both speeches was that of human rights. King addressed multi-racial crowd of supporters during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom about the plight of Africa nAmericans in America Kennedy
Hundreds of speeches are delivered each day, thousands each month, millions each year. The question is how many messages actually reach the listeners? How many are entertaining? How many are conveyed properly to the audience? Each and every one of us are speakers. Every speaker has different strengt