Ethos And Logos In George W Bush's Speech

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“Defeat” is the word that rings in the heads of those people involved in the Bombing of Pearl Harbor written in the book “The USS Arizona: The Ship, the Men, the Pearl Harbor Attack, and the Symbol That Aroused America” by Joy Waldron Jasper and James P. Delgado. Throughout the book, the writers complement the credibility of the information by taking into consideration it is actual accounts and makes emotional connections with the readers as they talk about the tragedies that the men encountered and the amount of people who fought for the country and died. Lastly, the writers display their emotions by realizing the United States was just attacked and nothing is ever going to be the same again. George W. Bush, a famous president, in his famous speech on September 11th, 2001, also deals with
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The Attack on Pearl Harbor and George W. Bush’s speech are similar in many ways and George also needs to incorporate in his speech ethos (credibility and personality), logos (logic) and pathos (emotional…show more content…
Bush’s speech contained all the elements of ethos, logos, and pathos in his speech addressing the traumatic events that happened on September 11, 2001. Bush was able to address the country and stand up to what happened and take control of what is to happen next. In our life today, there are a lot of things that happen whether it be something that us kids deal with at school like who left the garbage on the floor or whether it be out in the world in an event when someone gets shot and we are trying to figure out who did it. We need more people like President Bush in both situations where people stand up and take responsibility for what they did or what happened. The world is a big place and everyone needs to work together to make things change. Babe Ruth said “The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they do not play together, the club won’t be worth a
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