A more Perfect Union
The speech “a more perfect union” is discussing about controversial issues that is still exist in America. The phenomenal and first African American Senator, Barack Obama, delivered this speech to the public. It was spoken to the public on March 18, 2008 near the historical site of the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The speech was addressed about the phenomenal issues about racism that is still going on in every corner of the country. Obama also address this speech in response to Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s point of view. The purpose of the speech made by the senator is not only to show his concern about his affiliation with Reverend Wright, while he also confronting to the audience about the never ending and generic issues of race within America, and how it slowly paralyzes the country. His speech about this prevailing and sustaining issue was well spoken to the public because the content of the speech contains necessary elements that need to be addressed and it is persuasive. Obama’s rhetoric speech was a success because he opposes all the element of the rhetoric in general, which is opposing arguments, misunderstanding and miscommunication. By communicating to the public about the miscommunication and misunderstanding that connected to racial issues in America, Obama provides a good and supportive claim to back up his main theme of the speech, which is to unite the citizen of United States to fight racial violence. As a good speaker, the senator also promotes a great rhetoric concept of ethos, logos and pathos. The pathos in this speech is very clear because he provides his own life story that really persuasive and supportive. He supported his credibility with his lifetime experience, by stating, “I am the son of a black man from Kenya and a white woman from Kansas. I was raised with the help of a white grandfather who survived a Depression to serve in Patton's Army during World War II and a white...
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