Ethos Pathos And Logos In Lincoln's Inaugural Address

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This quote was said by the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, in 1861 before the Civil War began. It means that Lincoln wanted the country to come together as one instead of being separate, and to overcome hate against one another. He thinks America isn't the greatest country at the time because of the dividing of the North from the South. It applies to the citizens of America. I think that it could be all three of the appeals. Logos because it is logical that there is a problem, the country was starting to divide and was going to war with one another. Pathos because Lincoln obviously has an emotion to whether his country is great or not. He wants his country to be the greatest on earth. And Ethos because he has a big

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