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Ellie Wiesel's Use Of Propaganda In Speech

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Have you ever thought of what goes through the mind of infamous public speakers? How they did it? well maybe if you knew what you were looking for you could find out. The main elements a public speaker uses to construct their speeches would be what type of propaganda their going to use, and what persuasive aspects should they use to capture the audience attention. Famous public speakers such as Martin Luther King Jr. , Ellie Wiesel ,and Adolf Hitler used the same exact guide lines for the speeches that gained them prominent publicity. For instance Adolf Hitler used Band wagon as Propaganda and logos as persuasion, MILK used plain folks and pathos , and lastly Ellie Wiesel used " reversed" card stacking and pathos. With the simple knowledge of knowing what to use for a speech can increase the amount of people that will be affected by it, Which is exactly the knowledge these public speakers had. Ellie Wiesel is and exceptional public speaker who's words had the power to effect everyone. As said his way of Propaganda is driving more towards " reverse" card stacking. The reason being is…show more content…
Is a well known Historical figure. His decision of Propaganda is as well Bandwagon . He's urging EVERBODY to stand up against the racial injustice that is accruing . Telling people to join his civil rights movement. MLK 's persuasion method would be Plain folks. He's not targeting a specific person ,race, or religion to talk to he's speaking to America as a whole. On paragraph 2, first line he proclaims "… But One Hundred years later, the Negro still is not free . One Hundred years later, the life of the negro is still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination . One Hundred years, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean of material prosperity..." This is Martin Luther King Jr.'s purpose of making his speech. He indisputably realizes that the Negro is being robbed of their
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