Monroe found it gratifying to be elected President in such a time of peace and unity among the people; a state that he intended to promote throughout his time in office. He encouraged the people to continue on their path, which would hopefully lead to more success as a nation. President Monroe then ended his speech by thanking his predecessors for their examples and asking God to continue providing His protection over the country. I think that President Monroe did a very good job with his address, because it captured the feeling of national pride that was thriving at that time. He built up the people and gained their trust by promising to do his all to keep the peace during his Presidency.
He says some objectives he has when he becomes president and his intentions. He makes his audience listen to his ideas, meanwhile giving a sense of hope as he speaks. As a result, his audience stays intrigue, wanting his soothing words to convert to come at them. Next he starts to speak about all the accomplishment that the United States as a country has made and what is more to come. For the most part the audience 's starts to envision the United States in a brighter light, corresponding to the first revolution.
44th President, Barack Obama, in his inauguration speech, “Inaugural Address,” explains what he plans to do to better the nation. Obama’s purpose is to give hope to the nation so that he can better it. Obama believes while he is in office he will take this country and make it better than it should be. His speech gives off a very passionate tone to the audience, showing them how much he truly feels about his country. Obama shares a lot of specific thoughts and ideas.
Fourscore and seventy-three years ago, President Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most remarkable speeches in American history. President Lincoln reminds the people of the values of which this nation was built upon, liberty, equality, and freedom. He ascertains that it is altogether fitting and proper that we should unite as one and stand for what the brave men fought so willingly for. The efforts to protect the sovereignty of the American nation was threatened by the Great Civil War. Why does one take on a challenge so selflessly?
Although I disagree with the way Webster views things, I took the time to look at things from his standpoint. Webster was known to be a great senator and it was because of his strong will and desire for the country to get better. Obviously he has people thinking the same as him. They don 't see that Daniel Webster contradicts himself throughout the entire speech. He communicates his concern on how the union should be and how it 's the nation 's job to unite, and enforce freedom, etc.
Mr. Henry demonstrated an almost perfect use of pathos the author was able to exploit the deep desire for freedom in the men of the colonies, therefore assimilating a continental army. In turn helping America rise against the tyrannical rule of England Patrick Henry, a superb wordsmith and revolutionary, used his knowledge of pathos to arouse a sense of patriotism in the men who led the colonies leading to the commission of the continental army. Mr. Henry, knowing what he stood for, and what he wanted this great nation to be. Saw a way to accomplish his goals and used strong pathos to influence the emotions and opinions of congressmen. Mr. Henry was a very prominent founder of our country and will not soon be
* Reagan spoke of freedom in America as the shining example to the world of ideal society where people live in unity and welcome others with open arms. Clinton spoke of freedom in America based on the accomplishments of those who came before us. Advances in different areas such a medicine, technology and spread of democracy to other countries. * Reagan 's view of history was the resurgence of national pride or “new patriotism”. We have learned and understood patriotism from previous generations, it is important not to forget what was done in the past so that we have a clear understanding of who we are.
“From the very first day he tried to gain the respect of those who knew him and during his presidency, citizens could go visit him in his office” (SOURCE). This exemplifies how leading with your heart can help ensure the trust of everyone around, and be used to have more supporters during Lincoln’s campaign.
Clemenceau’s prediction ended up being true and World War I commenced. This ended up being a positive influence on France because it shows Clemenceau’s intelligence and experience. Not only did Clemenceau accomplish a challenging feat when predicting the war, he warned the people of France. Georges Clemenceau continued to improve French society by taking office when he felt the time was right. Author H.M.
Abe Lincoln, in his second inaugural address, uses language with which the audience can connect and relate. Through inclusive pronouns, parallel sentence structure, pathos, and metaphors, Lincoln does not simply list off what the war has entailed or recommend a certain path the people must take. Lincoln instead consoles the nation as if it was a dear old friend whom is in dire need of advice. The first rhetorical strategy Lincoln used was inclusive pronouns such as “we”, “us”, and “all”. Additionally, the president began the address with the inviting words “Fellow Countrymen”.
Passing certain legislation that he promised to his district, gives Billy Long leverage in the next election cycle because he would possess the ability to boast a successful track record and claim credit for bettering the lives of individuals within his district. This again, all goes back to Mayhew’s theory of how members of Congress seek
In line 11 he state I senator Nixon as a way to remind the audience that other people trust the important decisions he has made. A senator must be elected and that shows he is sure to captivate the audience 's heart. Prior to this he said his opinion on the management of politics particularly the present administration in
We learned this lesson when President Carter took office. He was a President that contained a incredible and highly respectable character who the people loved. His character made him an incredible man who stood for justice, fairness, and hope. His love for the people allowed him to expand on human and social services (source 3). However that same believe was what convinced him to allow the Shah to enter the United States since, he agreed for “humanitarian, not political reason (source 4)”, since he couldn’t deny a person medical help.
I am going to be telling you about an amazing person who was our first president of the United States of America. Who is strong, caring, and is loyal to our country. And how he came to be a president and a great person that he came to be, George Washington. How his hard work paid off, and also why people wanted him to be president. In this paper I am going to be telling you about how George Washington became president, how he became christian, and also a modern day example of him.