Rhetorical Analysis Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Speech

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. developed his argument through his speech. He has set an speech out to everyone, so everyone can be /or will be treated equally, fairly. Martin Luther King to contribute a great deal to the success of the civil rights movement. He wanted his idea to come true, so he did everything he could do for it to happen. As to him proving his point to make people believe or go with his idea. "The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations of our nation until the bright day of justice emerges." As to this quote means that until justice is served the nation will be crazy.

Martin Luther King Jr. was preaching a philosophy of nonviolence. He was talking about how all people of different races should participate in boycotts, marches, and demonstrate against racial injustice. King just wanted all races to be equal and not separated and
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said " This is our hope. This is the faith that I go back to the south with." This claim talks about having a despair of hope. With this hope they will be able to work together, pray together, struggle together, go to jail together, and to stand up with their family together. Martin says that this will be the day that all children can sing with a meaning.

Other people felt that this speech should be passed because he's speaking facts. The constitution and the Declaration of Independence was a promissory note. This note was for all men black and white to have unalienable rights, liberty, and happiness. Today now citizens defeated this promissory note. Citizens of colored are concerned instead of honoring this obligation.

As to my opinion Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was known for this speech. He has written a well written speech, it couldn't have been better. As to everyone has the same freedom and is treated the same. Colored people and non colored people are all the same, nothing is different. Kind has spoken for everyone and everything he has said has been
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