Rhetorical Analysis Of Aid America's Heart By Margaret Thatcher

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In order to aid America's heart, Margaret Thatcher uses a variety of rhetorical strategies in order to convey her message. She starts the paragraph off by appealing to the audience by stating that " we have lost a great president", by doing this she hopes to connect with the audience. Her choice of diction such as "cheerful", "invigorating", " daunting", and "free world", Thatcher is trying to state Reagan's accomplishments and what he went through. She hopes to achieve an emotional response from the audience. When Thatcher stated " and I have lost a dear friend", she's saying that she knew Reagan personally, she uses ethos to make herself "credible" to speak for the man himself. She uses pathos to appeal to the audience in order to gain their

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