Rhetorical Analysis Of I Had A Dream Speech

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Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Had a Dream” speech was very commanding speech to the black and white people of the United States of America. His ambition was to end racism and segregation between the blacks and whites in the country. King’s greatest motive was equality, and he would not let anything change that from happening. In Martin Luther King Jr’s speech his tone was very determined. He was very passionate while being determined for everything he believed in. For example, “Even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering in justice with a heat of oppression.” King was stating that ALL states would be uniform no matter what. Furthermore, he also disclosed, “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning

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