He praises the nation, holding it to such a high standard and persuades people that it should continue to be elevated when he says, “Throughout America’s adventure in the free government, our basic purposes have been to keep the peace, foster the progress in human achievement, and to enhance liberty, dignity, and integrity among peoples and among nations. To strive for less would be unworthy of a free and religious people.” He also relates himself to the rest of the people when he says, “As a private citizen, I shall never cease to do what little I can to help the world advance…” Parallelism is used to accentuate his theme of balance, “But each proposal must be weighed in the light of a broader consideration: the need to maintain balance in and among national programs, balance between the private and the public economy, balance between the clearly necessary and the comfortably desirable, balance between our essential requirements as a nation and the duties imposed by the nation upon the individual, balance between actions of the moment and the national welfare of the
He talked about the religion’s importance for a country. The most important thing was Bush divided America into the righteous sight clearly to persuade people to believe his ideas and behaviors were true; all the things he did were serving the Americans. He associated his position with the listeners’ values. It included his affirmation that the men and women should be treated equally, the equality of all person regardless of race or color, and the affirmation of freedom for America and freedom to be expanded to other
He illustrates time after time that life is such a wonderful gift and by not living up to the fullest is a waste. Whitman believes that God has created all men and women equal with each other and everyone should be treated the same. During the time that this poem was written, many tensions were rising and the preparations for the Civil War escalated and Whitman illustrates in this work about his own take on what is really means to be an American by showing that all different kinds of people and places are needed to work and fused together in order to become a strong unity. If people are able to have strong friendships and work together, despite their differences, a lot of good can result from it. God created the world for everyone, so because of this, everyone has the same rights to live life to its highest potential.
In the final paragraph of the essay, Jackie Robinson states how he believes in mankind, man’s rectitude, and the morality of a liberated country. These qualities constitute the essence of righteousness. The belief in virtue is a characteristic that enables civilizations to come together despite all difference. With rectitude, Robinson holds that society has a chance to generate equality between two races. The athlete also maintains that all imperfections, or flaws within society, can be solved by diverse peoples coming together to solve common disputes.
An important factor for a successful social system is the establishment of religious tolerance. By incorporating this into an everyday style, this will give citizens the right to any means of practice. In The Sleeper Awakes, the White Council found any religious grounds no longer necessary by “traversing the religious quarter for the easy transit” (Wells 160). The White Council disrupted many sanctions to fulfill their personal interests. In Thomas More’s Utopia, many religions exist among the belief of one God.
The idea of equality of society, in America everyone is equal, a value gain in our birth. Self-determination is a big key aspect of our life. Driving in our determination we can do almost everything. We all want something bigger, and more relative to our need. Our determination to accomplish our dream sometime can drive us to success, a place we would have dreamed about, and never want to go back from where you came from.
Despite what people say, it's obvious that american people have hearts because without hearts nothing would've changed, for example, the rights for women, slaves, and the right to speak and say what you want to say. America has flaws but at least we are a strong county, a mature country that can discuss issues and fix
By stating “ we are all connected as one” Obama is using direct address to create a relationship between him and the audience, making the public feel as a united group without discrimination or social class creating equality. By mentioning “those preparing to divide us”, Obama is using direct address with the term ‘us’ in order to create a feeling of unification and warmth between him and them. He creates a feeling of America against the world, allowing the audience to feel connected to one another. Obama uses pronouns when saying “we will get there” and “yes we can” to bring hope to the general public, and a feeling of motivation and encouragement. Through the statement “Do we participate in a politics of cynicism, or do we participate in a politics of hope”, he is using pronouns like ‘we’ so he does not single out any groups such as Mexicans, blacks or whites, gaining support from each one.
The U.S. and its allies will interpret this as a peaceful statement. Kennedy appeals to unity by saying Let both sides unite to heed in all corners of the earth the command of Isaiah. Through this use of pathos, Americans will believe that harmonious relations and collaboration are possible and should be present in the future. They will hear these words as an attempt to instigate this peaceful relationship, making them feel like the ‘bigger man’ by doing so first. Also, they will share empathy with people living under Communist regime, since they are oppressed.
Hughes’ poem has a variety of tones from anger and strength to a positive feeling of being part of the whole. Reflecting back on both of these poems allows the reader to relate to the importance of being proud of who you are and what you do. It also allows you to appreciate the hopefulness and optimism of living in a free country. Hughes’ reflection of the struggle the African American people had during the country’s civil war shows that optimism would one day allow them to be equal. Whitman’s poem shows that people can be free to do what they want to do and come together in unity to accomplish
It was then, when your abhorrence was so excited, that you publicly held forth this true and most valuable doctrine: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, and that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. "(Banneker 8). Although Banneker gives strong and reliable factual evidence, his matters aren’t quite strong enough as it would take another 200 years for full racial freedom. His fight was not wasted as it left thought in people 's minds and inspired many to keep