Rhetorical Analysis Of Edward Kennedy's Chappaquiddick Speech

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Complication arise for all of us and all of us make mistakes that we later regret. Edward Kennedy made some wrong choices after the Chappaquiddick complication. Edward later tried to clear up the incident and tell his side of the story by delivering the Chappaquiddick speech on national television. The speech was given at his home just hours after taking a guilty plea. When we make mistakes it can be very difficult to clear the air but it is possible using the right approach. How he does this is by using rhetorical devices. By taking responsibility for not reporting the accident, Edward Kennedy gained the audience's favor. Doing this he used Pathos by appealing to the people who value morals. This can be seen when he stated he felt “morally

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