Rhetorical Analysis Of Everyone Is Equal By Cesar Chavez

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Everyone Is Equal Terrorist attacks, school shootings, corruption, ISIS assassinating Americans, is all you hear in the news nowadays. Cesar Chavez puts us in the hotspot, is violence the answer? Can there be a world without atomic bombs and guns? Cesar Chavez believes it. Labor union organizer and civil rights leader Cesar Chavez published an article where it's aim was to renew the minds of Americans that nonviolence is the best policy for everyone. To accomplish this goal, Cesar Chavez uses rhetorical devices such as personification and many cause and effects. In Chavez's article, he believes and supports nonviolence as a virtue. An example Cesar Chavez uses was Martin Luther King Jr. The reason why Cesar Chavez would include him in his

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