In Franklin Delano Roosevelts first inaugural speech in 1933, he was confronted with a huge test of the Great Depression. In his speech, what was most important to note was the main reason he spoke was to inform the people on what he going to do to bring back the nation back to its best shape. Giving the American people courage, and stirring new assurance as the new leader. Examining the ways he builds the pillars of public speaking. Throughout his speech he uses Ethos, Logos, and Pathos to get his point across, in establishing that he will be leading the country in a new and exciting way.
“Duties of American Citizenship” In 1883, Theodore Roosevelt, gave his “Duties of American Citizenship” speech. The speech took place around the same time that the Civil Service Reform Act was passed. It was passed to prohibit government officials from soliciting campaign donations from yard workers. So, the overall purpose of Roosevelt 's speech was to persuade people to fulfill their duty as a citizen in the United States.
In both events of Pearl Harbor and 9/11 had a damaging effect on our country. We were terrified and frightened for what could happen next. Pearl Harbor occurred on December 7, 1941 at the Hawaiian territory. 9/11 occurred on September 11, 2001 at New York City. The Pearl Harbor attack was caused from a feud we were having with Japan.
oosevelt uses many rhetorical devices to make the audience trust him. He uses Ethos to make them feel like they are equal even though he has a substantial amount of power over them. He uses Pathos to tell about emotions that could be present in the state that the nation was in the Great Depression. The President uses logos to tell the hard truth to the American people and he tells them the truth.
country from religious, racial and ethnic groups. The coalition combined Catholics, southern Protestants, northern Jews and blacks from urban areas, labor union members, small farmers in the middle west and Plains states, and liberals and radicals. The Campaign and Election of 1940, Roosevelt decided to run a third term in office, breaking the tradition set by George Washington. Republicans chose Wendell L. Willkie of Indiana, FDR seemed strong even though he only campaigned from the White House.
Dustin Johnson The Muckrakers 9/19/16 Page Break When "Teddy" Roosevelt was giving the speech The Man With a Muck Rake, he was watching literally as the area around Washington DC was being built. He was at the laying of the cornerstone of the Cannon Building, Sunday, April 15, 1906. The Speech has 5 basic parts; The first would be him telling us what he feels, the second would be him relating to his audience most of whom would already have studied Pilgrim's Progress.
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Throughout the course of recorded history people have always had ambitions of living a safe and secure life free from excessive control. The discovery and expansion of America created a melting pot for people from all over to immigrate and begin new lives. The people migrating to America dreamed of a new beginning and a flourishing lifestyle, driven by hard work and dedication. The American dream can be accomplished through perseverance and hard work to achieve our goals; and the strong sense of community to increase the well-being of everyone, not just oneself.
The Promise of America Within the illustration, the poem by Emma Lazarus, and FDR’s speech the promise of America is shown. Each source has their own take on the promise of America brought to immigrants, but they each have one thing in common, the Statue of Liberty. She brings the immigrants hope in the New World. She is a beacon of peace for the rest of the world. She is a symbol of freedom, being an immigrant herself.
When it comes to someone famous giving a speech we expect to play a big part in society and how people view certain things talked about. Franklin Roosevelt has giving many speeches that we look back at or think about all the time. One of his speeches I will be writing about is his Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation which he gave at Washington, D.C. on the 8th of December 1941. It was the day after the attack on Pearl Harbor the Japanese. It was the first thing people of the United States after the attack.