October 20, 2014
Hillary Rodham Clinton September 5, 1995 spoke forcefully with the remarks to the U.N. 4th World Conference on Woman’s Plenary Session, and the American public. Clinton gathered in Beijing China were she is focusing world attention on issues that matter most especially in woman lives. Clinton targeted governments and organizations who held the power to make her goal on the progress of women’s rights possible. Clinton stated “The great challenge of this conference is to give a voice to women everywhere whose experiences go unnoticed.” Her, speech hoped to inspire woman who are usually silenced and give them a voice and a reason to become vocal for their basic human rights. I agree with everything Clinton is advocating about in her speech. Woman in China does not obtain equal rights as woman do in America. She explains how woman rights should be equal to human rights, but currently around the world they are not. Her speech is very credible and what she says seems to be is a logical, appropriate way of thinking.
Clinton’s speech uses rhetoric by including elements of ethos, pathos, and logos modes of persuasion. Rhetoric is the art of an effective person. Ethos pertains to the credibility of the speaker. Clinton holds credibility because of her role as the First Lady. At the same time she is an influential activist for women’s rights. Pathos regards to a particular emotional response in the audience and the reader. Clinton evokes empathy from the audience as she relates issues facing woman all over the world. The passage uses the rhetorical device, Anaphora, which is the reputation of a word or a phrase at the beginning of a line. Clinton uses “It is a violation of human rights”. The list of these lead strongly to her pathos argument. Logos appeal to a strong connection in an argument. In her speech as a whole I feel her pain imaginatively throughout. She has made a huge impact with...
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