John F Kennedy Inaugural Address Summary

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D. Analysis of Text Has the speaker demonstrated or is it clear that a need exists for a fundamental change in policy? In the speech, President John F. Kennedy challenge to the people when he stated: “Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty” (Kennedy). This statement is explaining the importance of the United States being the strongest leadership to protect all the peoples' survival through their hardship to be a success with the liberty for themselves. Most of the people who are living in the villages of the United States with their family are so poor, they are going to work…show more content…
Kennedy is one of the most famous speeches that I have reading and studying in life. It was very great speech that talks about the poverty of everyone living in America without help from the government. Therefore, the speech of John F. Kennedy has used three rhetorical elements are the pathos, ethos, and logos to the audience and everyone around the world that everyone can stand up to speak of what he/she wants for their life, as same as what Kennedy did throughout his speeches. He also promises to everyone in America let believe on him that he can help the world and everyone with a better life and freedom in the United States. As same as John F. Kennedy said: ‘And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you...ask what you can do for your country" (Kennedy Book). This quote is mean that Kennedy wants to challenge everyone American to contribute in some way with the good public around the world to make a better life. Also, the president, John F. Kennedy has described the characterized as one of the America's greatest orators with his Inaugural Address speeches are generally counted among the greatest speeches ever in the United States history in
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