Patrick Henry's Speech Analysis

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Have you have wondered about the significance behind the American Voice, and how it got us to where we are today? All Americans fought for freedom and rights. Just as they were being brought down, it only got them stronger to have the potential to fight for what’s rightfully theirs. They fought for their freedom, their voice, their rights, and what they knew belonged to them. The American Voice is characterized by bravery, hard working, and being united. The American Voice is characterized as bravery. In Patrick Henry's speech "Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death", he talks about how brave the men are and will fight no matter what the circumstances may be, in paragraph 9 Henry states that, "If we were base enough to desire it, it is now too late to retire from the contest." In Henry's speech he argues that they will not back down from the battle until they have fulfilled what they wanted to achieve he states this when says, "...which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained-- we must fight!" (8). Patrick Henry has a strong tone when he talks about bravery. The way…show more content…
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