General Patton Rhetorical Analysis

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Rugged men who fight willingly are those who the country and leaders rely heavily on for support and protection of the civilians. The army is built with these rugged men to insure that they will go to no end to save American’s lives. General Patton delivers a motivational speech to the members of his new army, subsequently informing them that the rumors that were spoken about him are clearly all false. Through vulgar diction, simple syntax, and self-appealing diction, Patton makes the army become successful and be united as one, in order to be able to restore the confidence and motivation of his army. By using simplistic syntax, Patton embodies the character of being a rough man who has high expectations to suggest how he is an experienced
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