• Why Is Abraham Lincoln's and Socrates Speech Is Worth Studying
    Abraham Lincoln’s 1863CE speech “The Gettysburg Address” and Socrate’s 399BCE speech “No Evil can happen to a good man” have withstood the test of time and has given the present and future generations with a speech worth studying. Although both speeches were given at different times, in different...
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  • Booker T. Washington
    influenced generations, races, ethnicities, and religions through his teachings, practices, speeches, and philosophy. Booker Taliaferro Washington was born in 1858, in Hales Ford, Virginia. Booker T. Washington was born into slavery (Washington 1). He had a white dad and a black mom. For the...
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  • History of Aparthied as It Refers to Cry the Beloved Country
    many speeches, "I pay tribute to the endless heroism of youth, you, the young lions. You, the young lions, have energized our entire struggle."(Mandela 1996) In the court where Absalom is sentenced, the one to help Kumalo is the young white man from the reformatory, breaking the racial divide...
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  • Common Hopes, Common Needs
    opportunity for everyone just yet, but we are far off better than we were at the time of Frederick Douglass and Martin Luther King. We as a society need to take the words of these historical speeches that shaped where we are today, to help guide us to a more perfect country. We were such an ignorant...
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  • Compare and Contrast Essay
    Arikka Standafer AP English 3 Mrs. Smith 8/27/12 Comparing and Contrasting Two Inauguration Speeches What do you think of when you hear the word 'rhetoric'? You probably have only heard the term used in a negative context. Be honest, how many times have you heard something to the...
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  • Benjamin Moore
    walked into my African-American history class today, he would probably say to us that we as young people need to wake up and start learning the importance of life. He would probably be somewhat disappointed with us because in todays generation majority of our kids are corrupted in society and they...
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  • The 1960s
    , flower power, peace, love, drugs, and Woodstock! All of the preceding are the very essence of the ‘60s in America; all of them had a distinct impact on the world. <br> <br>Presumably the most prominent aspect of the ‘60s was the evolution of the youthful generation into a powerful strong-minded...
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  • Young Nazi
    Young Nazi Innocence Hearing the radio broadcast today about Hitler was all it took to bring floods of memories back from when I was a child in the beginning of Nazi Germany. Sixty-three years later and I still have the memories crisp in my mind My father worked on the railways and my mother...
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  • Civil Rights in the 1960's
    Young People Do Matter Have you ever sat down and wondered to yourself, what it would be like if schools, restrooms, restaurants, and even public transportation were still segregated today? The majority of people who were born after the 1970’s take for granted how lucky we are as a country and...
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  • Cwts Essay
    . They in turn would teach the next generation and the cycle would go on. Today, nationalism is widely promoted in the country. The government agencies, media, and others encourage nationalism in every way possible. Through billboards, advertisements, paper works, and etc, nationalism can be seen...
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  • Youth During the Time of Rizal
    , Filipinos are good people who want a simple life and a peaceful country. Reform in the country was met by spirituous youths who wanted make a better country for the following generations. From the time of colonization up to the present era, different faces of young Filipinos show up to lead and create a...
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  • Juking
    the black community http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/malcolmxballotorbullet.htm 2008-1-7 American Rhetoric: Malcolm X - The Ballot or the Bullet (12 April... Page 7 of 14 that makes the black community throughout America today more explosive than all of the atomic bombs the Russians can...
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  • Why Americans Hate Politics
    candidates will say whatever it takes to get the votes. Each time they go speak to a certain group of voters it seems so obvious that their speeches make the promises and speak the words that the demographics of that crowd would want to hear. The young Americans of today’s societies are not as...
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  • 1950's Essay
    the door for Drive-in theaters. It was becoming a McDonald’s generation and by 1959 at least 100 McDonalds restaurant had opened their doors. With burgers being only15cents, the business did extremely well. Along with the tide of fast food the car also brought the independence of young people...
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  • Leading with Courage
    A young boy, just breaking into his adolescence, at Choate boarding school was living in the shadow of his older brother. Unlike his older sibling he had no spectacular athletic talent and was often plagued with many different illnesses. The fact that his grades stuck strictly in the average...
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  • Executive Business Communication
    speeches delivered by Shri. Salman Khurshid and Shri. Alphons Kannanthanam were all stating the need for youthful and true politicians. Those young minds who are willing to change the world that it is today and to serve the nation can be a politician. One of the leading newspapers had an article...
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  • I Write, Therefore I Am
    .” He used poetic language to rally a people. Martin Luther King is another prime example of an activist using poetic language to ignite people. In one of his speeches he said, “I have been to the mountain to top and seen the glory of the coming of the Lord.” People knew that he didn’t mean it literally...
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  • Bowling Alone
    alone” will tell us that American people are rather sociable for today, but less in comparison with people of wartime. The environment can influence on our life, too. Americans continue to get together, playing bowling, for example. But young people don’t want to play cards anymore, because Internet...
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  • Martin Luther
    I feel that if it wasn’t for Dr. King, racial segregation would exist today. Contributions- Dr. King made so many contributions to the civil rights movement, I don’t even think young people in my generation understand how hard it was to get equal rights and how Dr. King risked his life daily...
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  • Abraham Lincoln - 3
    Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln once said, “May our children and our children's children to a thousand generations, continue to enjoy the benefits conferred upon us by a united country.” Without Abraham, our nation would probably not be as it is today. He made a huge impact on our country as...
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