His speech was so amazing and he had such great traits that he ended up convincing 120 mutineers to go into battle with him. Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain provoked a decision for the mutineers that they probably would never have done if they didn’t hear his speech. After Chamberlain’s powerful speech he had convinced all but 6 of 120 men to rejoin the battle and fight alongside Chamberlain himself and help out the North in their battle. In the text on page 8 of Killer Angels it states, “ It is the idea that we all have value, you and me, we’re worth something more than the dirt”(Shaara 8). This reveals that all of the mutineers have a purpose no matter where they came from.
Zinn’s power was the power given to him by his students, friends and political enemies. He got power from his students and friends because they believed in him,they placed a lot of trust in him and supported his message. His political enemies gave him power because they just pushed him to work harder and harder. In real rebel fashion, he also shared the power bestowed upon him. “What Howard did was lift us onto the pages of history.” (Zinn Movie), Howard Zinn had quite a bit of influence and when he got together with a group he usually forced them to push forward.
In summary, Malcolm-X got assassinated but all of his achievements and goals made a huge impact on the world. In the end, Malcolm-x had a rough early life but that didn 't stop him from achieving his goals and him becoming a big figure for african americans. Malcolm-X was important for being a true activist for african americans and fought for their independence. Malcolm blew the world away with his activism and the legacy he left behind changed the way people
In Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, King uses more pathos than logos because of his audience. Since his audience is all of his followers in his campaigns, he is able to do this due to the fact that they are not official characters he is speaking to. An example from this speech is his use of his children, when he states that he wants his children to “not be judged by the color of their skin…” (paragraph 20). Bringing children into a speech is an emotional thing to do, as people who have children themselves are typically very fond of them, and only want the best for
He relied heavily on his faith and was extremely influential towards pushing others to join the Islamic community. During his journey Malcolm X even “grew the Islamic population in America from 4,000 to 40,000 members by 1960” (www.biography.com), proving his dedication to the Muslim faith. Throughout his speeches, he spoke about the importance of violence and how it was often necessary to endure such harm, once stating, “Power real power, comes from our conviction which produces action, uncompromising action” (www.biography.com). Although these two men differed in their thought on violence, they often agreed on how important their fights were. Without Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, Civil Rights would have been nonexistent,
Gandhi’s marches and fasts were extremely effective and brought thousands of people together to unite to eliminate a common British control, but the effectiveness of Malcolm X’s power growing to beyond his control, was a leading factor in fighting for independence. Both of these men fought a tremendous opponent and won effectively, due to their persistence with religion and following their beliefs, and thats what makes these men some of our strongest fighters world
By calling attention to this issue and not letting it sit on the back burner to marinate; he is starting a change in how issues are handled or how they are supposed to be handled. If the unrighteousness of oppressing citizens to freely express themselves through speech or peaceably assembly. Martin Luther King Jr.’s words will never be forgotten; in fact, they will forever be carved into our history books for decades to come. His words were not only important in a political manner, for they were also important to the citizens who believed in his words on a grander scale. He impacted endless lives of his time who stood alongside him for what not only he believed in, but what countless others did as
He lived his life in truth, and spoke to everyone with truth and wisdom, he highlighted self knowledge in everything he did. Without Gandhi India wouldn’t have it’s independence. Gandhi and Malcolm X were both assassinated, if either had lived a full life they would have many more accomplishments. Their approaches are different but they had both fought for equal rights, one for African Americans, and the other for the world. They knew how to address a crowd and get the results they wanted even without being aware of how they affected the public.
Dr. Martin Luther King Junior, a well-known civil rights leader, took many actions and went through many dangerous procedures to get his views on segregation and equality amongst all people across when presenting his famous, “I Have a Dream” speech. Numerous facts were stated to help in proving his beliefs to be true. These facts sat well with his already exquisite credibility earned from being such a well-mannered, genuine, and respected man. As factual as the speech was, Dr. King did not fail to speak with incredible passion in his voice and emotions so strong, connecting with them was inevitable. These components were essential to making Dr. Kings’ main message crystal clear; it was time for the government to make a drastic change in society’s effort towards putting an end to racial discrimination.
Ali was always trying to put the less fortunate before himself by helping out in any way he possibly could. Everyone had an opinion of Ali. One either loved him for his impact on the world, or you did not for the mistakes he made (“Tuthill and Dehority”). But overall the mistakes
Martin Luther King Jr. left a legacy that was beyond him, and that continues to inspire and encourage millions of people. He was a vessel for freedom, justice, and democracy that emboldened people to stand for their beliefs in a non-violent manner, seeking to honor both God and man. His most renowned speech is “I Have a Dream”, which he delivered to millions of people on August 28, 1963. King describes a vision that he has for America. A vision in which people will not be judged and discriminated based upon the color of their skin, where negroes and whites live in harmony and brotherhood, and negroes are freed of the oppression that has held them captive for so long.
There are countless individuals all around the United States who have grown up hearing about the courageous acts of Martin Luther King Jr. and his fight for civil rights for the colored. It took one determined man to gain followers and help achieve his goal that changed America for the better. King took a stand and used a non violent and peaceful manner to ensure peace in our country. This valiant man impacted our nation by allowing everyone to have a clear view to welcome everyone into society. In other words, King has taught many of us that accepting everyone into society regardless of race, religion or ethnicity is what one should do to show empathy and kindness.
When the the Persian Gulf War was going on it was obvious that Bin Laden hated americans. In this interview he said “Every Muslim the minute he can start differentiating, carries hate towards Americans, Jews and Christians, this is part of our ideology. Ever since I can recall, I felt at war with the Americans and had feelings of animosity and hate towards them,”. He became mentally sick after the Persian Gulf War which made him angry and grudgeful which made him plan 911 to kill americans( Jonathan Mahler 1). Some say that Bin Laden was a good man and others say that he was a horrible man.