Rhetoric In Barack Obama's Persuasive Speech

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Rhetoric is the art of effective persuasive writing or speaking, its main use is to have a meaningful impact on the audience. Persuasive speeches can be used in multiple ways to better the world. Rhetoric can be used to show the future outcome, activist use this technique. Martin Luther King Jr. used rhetoric in his speeches to tell the audiences about the possible future if they all work together towards their common goal. Persuasive speeches can be impactful when addressed and crafted precisely. Barack Obama’s 2004 Democratic Keynote Address is an excellent example of the positive use of rhetoric and persuasive techniques. Obama incorporates ethos, logos, and pathos in his speech to deliver a meaningful speech that engaged his audience. Critics
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