• A Presidental Character
    always, feel wronged; by the press, by Obama... (Myers)." The Clintons (Hillary and Bill) always believe that someone is out to get them. In Myer's article he writes that he believes that Barber would instruct us to pay close attention to Bill Clinton throughout the campaign because he is a large part...
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  • Oklahoma City Bombing Rhetorical Analysis Bill Clinton
    courage, they ought to come to Oklahoma.” Clinton uses others’ quotes to make the audience feel more unified and also to give the state of Oklahoma a better sense of togetherness. One approach Bill Clinton uses to give a strong speech is his strategy of repetition, it makes his speech more...
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  • Comparative Essay
    structure which is solution, problem, and solution. Clearly meaning that in the beginning of his speech Bill Clinton talks about the problems he has already found a solution to. In the middle of the speech he explains the problems the country is facing that have not yet been fixed. Finally at the end of...
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  • Bill Clinton's Doctrine of Enlargement of Foreign Policies
    on the beliefs of Clinton’s Doctrine of Enlargement. Bill Clinton was the first democratic president for over thirty years to be reelected for the second term of office. Footnotes Clinton, William Jefferson. "Address Before a Joint Session of Congress."      Speech, U.S. Congress...
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  • Racial Equality
    . Clinton referes back to Dr. King's speech for support towards his own. For someone else to use one's speech for support, it would have to be exceptional. President Clinton's speech starts out by saying, "If Martin Luther King were to reappear by my side today and give us a report card on the last 25...
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  • Racism
    ”Understands” a man named Joe Soptic talks about how Mitt Romney does not understand his needs but Obama does. In the ad “This is a clear choice” former president Bill Clinton is saying that Obama has the same idea that he had when Clinton was president. This was to build more businesses in...
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  • Hilary Clinton
    –2011) • Hillary grew up with two younger brothers, Hugh and Tony • In the late spring of 1971, she began dating Bill Clinton, also a law student at Yale • She still harbored doubts about marriage, concerned that her separate identity would be lost and that her accomplishments would be viewed in...
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  • clinton
    ways to change things around like putting more police officers on the streets and passing bills. Clinton wants violence to stop and kids to have better lives. The core of Bush’s speech is inequality in education and rebuilding communities. In Bush’s speech he talks about confronting are past and...
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  • Bill Clinton
    myself from the embarrassment of my own conduct. I was also very concerned about protecting my family”. He emphasize that that he as a president also have a private life and states that the case is a private matter. After this speech Bill Clinton gets criticism for not indicating that he regrets...
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  • Barack Obama
    effort was said to have helped Bill Clinton (1946–) win the state in his successful bid for the White House in 1992. Writes autobiography Obama's time at the Law Review had netted him an offer to write a book. The result was Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance, published...
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  • Bill Clinton
    ST. JOSEPH, Minn., Dec. 17, 1998 — A psychological study of President Bill Clinton, conducted before the 1996 election, predicted that the Clinton presidency would be "troubled by ethical questions and lapses of judgment," but that the president would "retain a following and maintain his self...
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  • Speech Analysis
    This is the speech delivered by President Bill Clinton at the annual White House prayer breakfast on Friday, September 11, 1998, to an audience of more than 100 ministers, priests and other religious leaders. First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton was also in attendance. The speech, written in long...
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  • King Lear
    all differen't stories with differen't conflicts and concepts. Not only involving black people , but white kids also. You would think that Bill Clintons speech is set on one specific dilemma but in my opinion , his speech is just fine and standard . He...
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  • Clinton's Dnc Speech
    Clinton’s Captivating DNC Speech On September 5th 2012, former president Bill Clinton stepped on stage to address citizens at the Democratic National Convention and countless other Americans watching from home. Clinton’s speech took place prior to the Republican National Convention, and responds...
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  • bill clinton "I have sinned"
    Clinton shocked Americans. Credibility Relevance Preview President Bill Clinton addressed the issue of having a sexual relationship with a woman named Monica Lewinsky and apologized for his actions. The nature of his first speech seemed more of “self-defense” rather than the apology. In the...
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  • Google
    Hilary Clinton´s speech. This speech was considered persuasive, courageous and one point breaks too many in its demand for action. This speech had as the main feature, “The great challenge to give women´s voice everywhere whose experiences go unnoticed, whose words go unheard.” As well as Clinton...
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  • Hilary Clint
    she speak as a wife of a former president of U.S.A, Bill Clinton, she speaks as a loving mother, and as a strong, courageous woman herself. As a young woman, Hillary worked as a babysitter after school and during her vacation breaks. During that period, she was able to see what the young children...
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  • A man for the people
    A man for the people On September 5th, 2012 at the Democratic National Convention, in Charlotte, North Carolina, with the crowd roaring and TV commentators gushing, Bill Clinton’s speech, for the nomination of Barack Obama for another term in office, garnered so much attention as well as a...
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  • Oklahoma Bombing Speech Analysis
    Cassidy AP Language Speech Analysis One of the top 100 speeches of all time was said by Bill Clinton, when he was addressing the memorial of the Oklahoma Bombing. This was said in 1995 when tragedy struck the lives of hundreds. Innocent women, men, and children were murdered for no apparent...
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  • Don't Ask, Don't Tell
    Bill Clintons promise to ban the policy and all his work in ending the policy, President Obama promising to get the law repelled during his campaigning and while in office, and ending with the policy being banned in 2011. In 1992, during the presidential election, Bill Clinton promised to get the...
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