Ethos And Logos In Martin Luther King's Speech

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On April 3rd 1968 Former civil rights leader Martin Luther King jr. employs the appeal of ethos, pathos and logos effectively in his speech “I’ve been to the mountaintop”. to persuade the people to stand up for equality. Martin Luther king jr. use of pathos strengthens his ability to make an emotional connection with the audience because they must have went through the similar experience. “Thirteen Hundred of God’s children are suffering, sometimes are going hungry,going through dark and dreary nights”. This statement means that people are struggling because there is no equality and they don't have freedom. ”James Lawson, one who has been in this struggle for many years, he’s been struggling. he’s been kicked out of Vanderbilt
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