While the speech’s respectful eloquence is appropriate for the occasion of an inauguration, its youthful energy and look to the future make it distinctly John F. Kennedy’s. Both John F. Kennedy and his audience knew that he will take them to their future. For instance, the tone he provides throughout his speech, diction, and syntax. In the Beginning, President John F. Kennedy starts off by speaking was out the people that are also in the office with him. He says some objectives he has when he becomes president and his intentions.
He wants them to realize what is a stake, the United States is a new nation familiar with oppression during the Revolutionary War, resulting in a victory. The Declaration of Independence was then construct with the foundation of what the nation will be built on. The written free will formulated by our founding fathers’ should be honored parallel to the actions of the brave men involved in the Civil War. This is evident as he speaks of the “remaining tasks” which he holds accountable to the American citizen. It is obvious that the intent of the speech is to avert the loss efforts, dreams, and hope for the nation by motivating the people to carry the torch of which the founding fathers’ have lit, promoting the land of the free to light the way as a beacon of hope for all
“Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” by Patrick Henry in 1775, urged people to fight for their independence while giving the people a sense of optimism. Henry presented in his speech to colonial leaders to sway a debating argument in America of whether to pursue war. He effectively uses enthusiastic diction and passionate imagery to create a motivational tone. Henry displays a use of enthusiastic diction to create a motivational tone. He states in the first paragraph words such as “patriotism,” “very worthy gentlemen,” and “great responsibility” to persuade the leaders to join in the fight.
Mr. Henry demonstrated an almost perfect use of pathos the author was able to exploit the deep desire for freedom in the men of the colonies, therefore assimilating a continental army. In turn helping America rise against the tyrannical rule of England Patrick Henry, a superb wordsmith and revolutionary, used his knowledge of pathos to arouse a sense of patriotism in the men who led the colonies leading to the commission of the continental army. Mr. Henry, knowing what he stood for, and what he wanted this great nation to be. Saw a way to accomplish his goals and used strong pathos to influence the emotions and opinions of congressmen. Mr. Henry was a very prominent founder of our country and will not soon be
John Adams had a successful impact on the early years of America’s development because he achieved real hands-on experience during and after the Revolution. He was religiously devoted to the ideology of freedom in America, and became well-known as “the Atlas of Independence” by overtly rejecting reconciliation with England. He wrote his wisdom in a pamphlet, Thoughts on Government, which became a model for the constitutions of new states that shared the same beliefs as Adams. He became the first Vice-President, under George Washington, and the second President of the United States. His years of knowledge and experience placed him as one of the most qualified frontrunners for the presidency following Washington, since it would only make sense
Henry had always been strong believer in three things, Right to bear arm, Religious freedom, and Independence. Working on Parson’s Cause just strengthened his belief in those things. That was the beginning of Henry’s job as the voice of the Revolution. Henry shaped the war with his audacious words. On March 23, 1775 at St. John 's church Henry gave his famous give me liberty or give me death speech.
Leadership: As much a Virtue, as it is a Technique Rising up as world-renowned leaders during times of crisis, both Kennedy and King are the epitome of a great leader. Their efforts to unite the people have painted them as noble leaders remembered throughout the world. Kennedy delivered his Inaugural Address in the frigid Washington D.C. air, in early 1961. King would follow two short years later with his famous “I Have a Dream” speech in August of 1963. Passion in speaking, coupled with their charismatic personalities, drew in large support crowds.
He was able to lead thousands of men on the battlefield and thousands of Catholics spiritually. Additionally, his passionateness is one that everyone can strive for. The way he showed passion for everything he did throughout his whole life is a reason for why his passionateness stands out as well. His leadership and passionateness are virtues that I admire about him. I believe I am a natural-born leader, like St. Ignatius and I think I can continue learning and trying to be a better leader everyday.
The only thing that remains is the fact that the turtle still had the earth on its back. So, as I said, this made me think; why is that many of stories, ones in which we pride themselves on, change? And, more importantly, why does that change always seem to reflect us in a more positive light? One example, that came to mind right away, was about Abraham Lincoln. Growing up, I was taught to see President Lincoln in a light like no other; many had told me, albeit opinionated, that he was the greatest president ever and that he freed America, ending the Civil War and thus helping to abolish slavery.
This generation is often called many things; social media obsessed, relaxed, disrespectful, but I believe we are and can be a generation of freedom fighters. Many have used the gift of freedom to stand up for their beliefs, and have used it to fight for a cause bigger than themselves in many situations. My generation must use America’s greatest, most powerful gift, freedom, in every way we can. As Abraham Lincoln stated, “Be sure you put your feet in the right place, then stand
Disputes over gay marriage, transgenders, immigrants, and race have preoccupied what is truly important to this country, freedom. Finally, we have a candidate who understands this, Bernie Sanders. This is our chance to start a political revolution by voting for Sanders, who wants freedom and equality for all American citizens. Over the seventy-four years of his life, Bernie Sanders has gained the appropriate knowledge to lead our country,
Jim Kelly, Warren Moon, and Joe Montana are the three most influential quarterbacks of the last twenty five years of the twentieth century. Kelly’s contributions to modern offenses are incredible, but nothing is more impressive than what he has done off the field with his charities. Moon has helped bring about the age where there is no discrimination against the black quarterback, and Montana helped usher in one of the most successful offensive schemes of all time in the west coast offense, which is still used by many teams today. Many other quarterbacks of this time period were very influential, including players like John Elway, Dan Marino, and Dan Fouts, but Moon, Montana and especially Kelly were the most
In the same way Franklin composed a list of virtues he should follow to better himself, Thoman Jefferson composed a document declaring independence to better America. Thomas Jefferson is one of the most widely respected figure in American history. He had an intense belief in equal rights and individual freedoms. In “The Declaration of Independence” Jefferson wrote reasons he believed the Americans should feel compelled to declare their independence. He uses parallelism throughout the document to emphasize this important idea and make his argument stronger after each reason he presented.
President Kennedy vs. President Johnson: Foreign and Domestic Policies President Kennedy was presidency was hard fought, even though he was roman catholic, he still managed to pull 51% of the votes. I think he won because of his youth and determination to make America a better country. With that being said, he publicly televised his debates to show the world that he is not afraid of anything. John F. Kennedy was best known for his quote “It is not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” This inspired Americans across the nation to help with local communities and to make America a better place to live overall. Lyndon B. Johnson knew he had to out do President Kennedy.
I am going to be telling you about an amazing person who was our first president of the United States of America. Who is strong, caring, and is loyal to our country. And how he came to be a president and a great person that he came to be, George Washington. How his hard work paid off, and also why people wanted him to be president. In this paper I am going to be telling you about how George Washington became president, how he became christian, and also a modern day example of him.