His hard work and dedication eventually paid off and he became one of the most astonishing presidents America has had. By reading this story, those of a younger audience are influenced by the actions of Richard. If others were to learn about Richard Nixon, they would understand that persistence played an important role in his life. From when he was a child to the accusation of the Watergate Scandal, Nixon always worked to his limit to become the best version of himself and to achieve the position he was in. Nevertheless, due to the Watergate Scandal, many lost trust in Nixon but he continued to portray himself as innocent.
The New Deal helped millions but was only successful to a certain extent. However, while this is true (African Americans were not helped, unemployment had risen after the federal government stopped subsidising jobs), FDR’s New Deal changed the role of the federal government in American society from a quite passive role to an active one. Through the Great Depression, Hoover had a laissez-faire approach. This meant that the government lets America figure out the dilemma themselves. One of the most important key turning point of the New Deal was the change in the relationship between the government and the nation.
It was a time where presidents wanted to use business to boost the economy as much as they could. During this time, it may have seemed that everyone loved the way they country was going. That was not the case many people did not like the way the country was being ran at this time. After the 1920’s America went into a great depression. Some might say that this was one of the worst times in the United States history.
The trend of deflation intensified. The reason that nobody warned America of deflation was due to false prosperity. The 1920’s were called “the Roaring Twenties”, while mainstream culture at this time supported that it was a time better than anytime before then there were many misconceptions with masses of people at this time (Facts). America was very dependent on production and 42% of people were impoverished. Poverty in 1920’s America was defined by making less than a certain amount of money each year, which was determined by the government (BBC).
There were some negative aspects of the New Deal, with it hurting minorities, and bring very little benefits to some people, but the new deal was a serviceable act despite these flaws. The positive aspects of the deal such as the reformation of the school lunch system or the relief it brought to the unemployed are some of the reasons why it’s regarded as such a propitious act. Thanks to Roosevelt, the New Deal was able to Profoundly change the Nation, and secure his place in history as one of the best American
One example he used is “ America was targeted for attack because we’re the brightest beacon for and opportunity.” This is logos because America was attacked because the U.S known for our freedom and opportunities which makes us a huge target. Even though he did not give many examples of Logos, this did not take away from his speech at all. By balancing the amount of pathos and ethos, logos were not needed. A speech like this with many different depths brought many people to emotions that were indescribable. Bush’s leadership shown through his words was a powerful experience.
The 1930’s although beaten and bruised by World War I and the great depression America was knocked down but not out of the fight. President Franklin D. Roosevelt enacted the “New Deal” and although not very effective in pulling the economy from the toilet made some significant pushes to help out the middle class. But we all know when you are knocked down life doesn’t just stop. The 1935 hurricane season was just that. There were not many hurricanes but where they lacked in quantity they made up for in quality.
(Natalie Kitroeff) In the other hand, anti-immigrants argue that immigrants brought crime with them. Immigrants are 22 percent of the federal prison population. An implicit argument from the people who support immigrants is a political cartoon were Donald Trump look like a monster and for the anti-people can be a cartoon of the US building the wall. These arguments fall under some fallacies. For example, the argument of how immigrant reduce job and wages opportunities to US citizens falls under the fallacies of pathos (Argument to the People), because this argument is based in the pride of a country and how all the citizens should support and be solidary to their country and their own people.
Undocumented immigrants in the United States has become one of the biggest problems in America, yet many believe building a border wall will help us overcome this challenge. However, a result this choice may have in the future is that it will create less diverse districts in America since we are pushing away a big compliment that makes America a great and tolerance nation. Constructing a border wall will not stop unauthorized migration nor drug trafficking surround the border. Many conservative people suppose that building a wall across the United States and Mexico will solve undocumented immigration in the United States. However, the truth is, that by building this wall we will only make America isolated from the Dreamers; people who come to this country for a more desirable life and education.
I profoundly agree with Chavez as she talks about, “Repealing the birthright citizenship is a terrible idea” (596). If we as Americans take the joy and pride of people that come to this land for freedom and a new life, what make us any better than Great Britain when we first started to build this country. We settle here for a change of mind and also a change of heart. By that being the case, us trying to take away the birthright citizenship to those who wasn’t born on this soil is absolutely wrong. Firstly, when Will said ‘To end the practice of “birthright citizenship,” all that is required is to correct the misinterpretation of that amendment first sentence’ (601).