By using powerful words, the audience will understand the importance of America needing to make changes and will listen to Clinton about what would happen if America does not make changes and faces dull consequences. Without the use of these powerful words, the speech would lose its importance, and the audience would not take this speech seriously. Therefore, powerful diction is an essential key to any speech or writings because it strengthens one’s ideas and arguments, and Clinton’s selection of words shows that the conflicts are important, and it is urgent that America needs to make a change. Clinton’s use of allusions and strong diction are essential parts of his speech, and it would deliver a different message without those rhetorical devices. His use of these devices conveys the urgency of making a change to make America a better nation, and it also shows him as a powerful
Throughout his work, Kristof uses strong sources that strengthen his credibility and appeal to ethos. He references a book, A Biography by Michael Waldman, the president of of the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law. He quotes Waldman as stating, “Gun control laws were ubiquitous.” He then includes in his own work, “As a distinguished former congressman, Robert Cousins, put in 1910:
This is considered ordinary within his society because they are not allowed to read books or have knowledge previous to this era. This law is enforced with such intensity because the government fears that knowledge in one’s mind will contribute to overthrowing whoever is in control or has the most power within the society. However this does not stop a few individuals (including Montag) to pose threats to the government by reading and by posing questions. Within the beginning of the novel, one of the major people that sparked a change in Guy Montag was the exquisitely observant Clarisse McClellan.
As the roaring twenties reached their end the battle against alcohol in the United States is just arising to a turning point. With serious controversy over the Volstead Act the country was greatly divided. There was also the extreme rising occurrences of crime, the creation of gangs and a newly established, unorganized criminal justice system. Prohibition was a disaster across America and the more reforment from the government just made things worse.
Pandemonium can dictate a country’s or settlement’s future when not taken under control. The Crucible, written by Arthur Miller, perfectly illustrates the downsides of pandemonium, but also a real life event. In 1950s America, the Communist Party was sparking outrage and chaos that soon the United States would face a fascist government. Both situations lead to tension in society and people turning their backs against each other. In “Are You Now or Were You Ever?”, also written by Arthur Miller, the online article discusses the reasons to why Miller wrote the book such as the similarities to the Communist Party in America to the Salem Witch Trials, play scripts, actors, and the paranoia in society.
Bradbury demonstrates how society hides from reality by using
(58). Beatty refers to the war as something people need to forget when he elaborates on what their society is all about. Montag’s internal war grows stronger as he talks to Beatty. Throughout the novel, Beatty often intimidates and scares Montag. In the background, Montag starts to adjust to Beatty’s cruel personality as Montag becomes more jittery, violent, and anxious.
Yuuyaraq: The Way of Human Being (1994) describes the social issue of alcoholism as crippling a whole society. Napoleon hopes to shed light on the cultural breakdown that contributed to this phenomenon. Describing his personal battle with alcoholism, along with how it has changed the course of his life. Through Napoleon’s account of the Yup-ik history, we will compare the difference in science, religion and apply The Purnell Model for Cultural Competence to understand the cultural significance of this event. Western Science
Popular culture is a combination of ideas, images and an array of people’s perspective to what they define as being the mainstream of a given culture. Over the years, this widely misinterpreted phenomenon has been heavily influenced by today’s mass media that permeates the everyday lives of society by altering our attitudes and perceptions towards certain topics. Subsequently, upon reading Anolik’s article titled, “How OJ Simpson Killed Pop Culture”, I second guessed myself to the sense that how can one individual disrupt an entire culture? Even though the article is about a famous football player who was allegedly charged for the murder of his ex-wife. Nevertheless, after constructive analysis of the article, one now can understand the author’s
The terrorist group Al-Qaeda knew they couldn’t beat the U.S. in a straight up firefight, so they tried to destroy us through economic failure and imposing fear into American lives. By doing that they sought out the world trade centers, it was a national symbol to Americas '
It makes the whole world suffer and eventually the entire human race will be destroyed. In the words of the protagonist of the story, Shute himself explained the purpose of his writing if a couple of hundred million people all decide that their national honor requires them to drop combat bombs upon their neighbor, well, there’s not much we can do about it. (telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/6718768/Nevil-Shute) Destruction of society and universe can occur fairly easily if it has to do with stupid actions of those around us. Also, our national honor can get rid those we care for. Destruction of society can also take place if we do not care for our national honor, and if it is being taken advantage of.
Two parallel events have shown that Americans are prone to a culture of fear and oppression when face with acts of terror. This culture of fear invaded the minds of government and the people during the first Red Scare and after the terrorist attacks of 9/11 with similar results. Due process and civil liberties were attacked in favor protecting the country. The people blindly followed as the government instituted new laws and policies that encroached on personal freedoms.
When it comes to National Security and Defense the United States gets involved for gain however they state its due to necessity. This is the reason we are losing so many. Instead of fixing the issues that exist in the United States which is actually necessary, like fixing our corrupt government, we are fighting in other counties, with matters that do not concern us. There is a different to aid a country in need, and another to bully alongside an ally for future access and