Franklin D Roosevelt Ethos Pathos Logos

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On the 29th of December, 1940, Franklin Delano Roosevelt addressed the nation, but not in his usual “Fire-side Chats” but instead in a more serious manner. Roosevelt tried to tell the nation that World War Two could be won, but not without effort on every man, woman, and child’s behalf. He also stated that we would need help from other nations that were trying to fight off Nazi Germany. Roosevelt does an excellent job in instilling a strong sense of determination and love for one’s country; this ultimately helps the United States and other Allied Forces to go on to defeat the Axis powers. When delivering this speech, Franklin uses many literary elements. The most prominent element that is used is pathos. Roosevelt uses a strong emotional

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