Fdr's Speech Analysis

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FDR’s speech affected many people in several different ways. People in the American military may see this speech as endearing and inspirational because of the struggles they faced directly at the hands of the Japanese. Those of Japanese descent living in the United States might have felt either shame or great honor in the speech. It all depends on how loyal they were to Japan or the US. People in Hawaii may have felt scared that Japan attacked on their home land, but empowered by the speech because of how FDR said that “....this form of treachery shall never again endanger us.” This being said might have brought hope that something like this could and would be prevented.

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