Mr. Henry demonstrated an almost perfect use of pathos the author was able to exploit the deep desire for freedom in the men of the colonies, therefore assimilating a continental army. In turn helping America rise against the tyrannical rule of England Patrick Henry, a superb wordsmith and revolutionary, used his knowledge of pathos to arouse a sense of patriotism in the men who led the colonies leading to the commission of the continental army. Mr. Henry, knowing what he stood for, and what he wanted this great nation to be. Saw a way to accomplish his goals and used strong pathos to influence the emotions and opinions of congressmen. Mr. Henry was a very prominent founder of our country and will not soon be
There is not a day that passes by in which Cubans forget the pain of the revolution. These Cubans had become Floridians, embracing American values while retaining their Cuban identities. They created a culture that valued freedom above all else and sought to preserve that freedom at all cost. These people would later go on to influence Florida by becoming CEOs, doctors, lawyers, artists, and politicians. The most poignant effect that Cuban immigrants had on Florida was their children.
Together with Che Guevara, Fidel Castro developed a new theory; The New Man's Theory, which was basically that Cubans should no longer work for personal benefits, but for the good outcome for everybody in the society. The literacy rate was increased remarkably, and almost all Cubans could have free quality health
He gradually builds ethos through a logically constructed structure and address the concern of every patriots and everyone who loves freedom. In this speech, Kennedy successfully established the legacy of unifying people around the world to fight for liberty. His inaugural speech no doubt reflects Kennedy administration’s future foreign policies. The positive actions for liberty that Kennedy encourages citizens to do also foreshadows tensions in Cuba and Vietnam later on. Regardless the ideology behind it, this speech is still an eloquent
After gaining such a huge name thru baseball Jackie used that to influence the presidency, “Robinson took to the political world too, again using his fame as a lightning rod to draw attention to the issues”(Williams,Juan 5). Jackie understood he had a following so he used that to his advantage. Gradually Jackie’s name got so big that he joined John F. Kennedy 's presidential campaign and then Richard Nixon’s campaign, “... so influential that both Kennedy and Nixon campaigns believed he was their key to success”(Williams,Juan 5). People respected Jackie for what he did on the field so he used that to influence them. Throughout the years Jackie received lots of criticism, but he took that criticism and used it to his advantage, “He answered critics by staying involved, by taking action”(Williams Juan 6).
Not only did he have the capacity to see himself free, he also had the courage to speak for the slaves. Being able to make it out of slavery, tell his story, and become the one to make a significant change for the African-American community, he was one of a kind. Before Douglass, slavery was not overlooked as a major issue and had not become a movement until he had made it to be. When giving speeches, he often mentioned how hopeless, cheerless, and unfavorable the life of their families was. Encouraging people to
He recurrently advocates to the citizens by encouraging them to press their voice as all “will be forced to compete with people of all races and nationalities”. He frequently prompts his audience to work even harder as a “new social order is being born” and the old one is crippling as it degrades the value of a black man. The repetitive use of the phrase “new order” conjectures the replication of the idea that all men are created equal and brings the excitement and the “Challenge of New Age”. Concluding his speech, King restates the need for a “new age”, which will guarantee civil liberty to people of all colors and calls for everyone, in the name of God, to put hand in hand together to fight the injustice through the use of peaceful protests against the bigotry and hatred. Furthering his closing statement King asks the American citizens to take part in the “glorious opportunity to inject a new dimension of love into the veins of our
“Fidel Castro: The Political Leader of Cuba” states, “Castro had come to power with the support of most Cuban city dwellers on the basis of his promises…but once established as Cuba’s leader he began to pursue more radical ideas” (8). From this evidence, the article highlights Castro’s use of lies to gain the trust of the people. Castro had promised many things, including to reinstate the 1940 constitution, promote and honest administration, and reinstate civil and political liberties. These lies satisfied the emotional needs the people and their fears of another dictatorship. By promising the changes Cuba’s citizens wanted, Castro obtained control.
A Marxist revolutionary who fought in the Cuban revolution. Occupied several high ranking positions in Fidel Castro’s government. Ernesto Che Guevara has become one of the most famous people in the world due to a picture of him that is being sold everywhere in the world as both wallpapers and T-shirt prints, being marked as one of the most widely recognizes symbols of rebellion in the world today. “The life of Che is an inspiration to all human beings who cherish freedom. We will always honor his memory.” – Nelson Mandela “Che was just one of those guys who walked the walk and talked the talk.
By using we, us and our he includes everyone and unifies the citizens of the United States and the world. Kennedy says “Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans -- born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage, and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed...” He is saying that the old generation had passed their ideas on to the new generation who are willing to sacrifice so that their rights are not taken from them. By saying “friend and foe alike” he is bringing everyone together and not letting them be different just because they are a friend or a foe. Additionally by describing traits of all the Americans, he unifies the citizens of America because all were tempered by war and proud of their heritage so it allows citizens to bond of common history. The torch being passed to a new generation is a metaphor which Kennedy uses to show that the original colonists’ ideals were not beginning forgotten but instead carried