Analysis Of Ronald Reagan's Remarks At The Brandenburg Gate

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Ronald Reagan gives the “Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate” speech at the Brandenburg gate in Berlin, as many previous along with future presidents have/will speak there.”We come to Berlin, we American presidents, because it is our duty to speak in this place of freedom.” (1,Reagan) The main point that Ronald Reagan is trying make with the speech may be “Es gibt nur ein Berlin” which translates to: There is only one Berlin. Berlin at the time had the Berlin wall which separated East and West Berlin and in the beginning of the speech, it is stated that he is speaking in the west, but they are being broadcasted to eastern Berlin, along with North America, and all throughout Western Europe. On page 2 of Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate, Reagan
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