Rhetorical Analysis Of John F Kennedy's Steel Industry

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Rhetorical Analysis President John F. Kennedy addressed the issue of the rising prices in the steel company on April 11, 1962 in an attempt to acknowledge the harm caused to the country from the prices. The heightened prices on steel became an economic problem for America and therefore Kennedy decided to speak upon the issue to reassure his audience, yet expose the steel industry at the same time. Kennedy utilizes a pedantic word choice, mentions multiple large companies partaking in the cleanup of the country’s distress, and states explicit examples of how the steel industry could be improved to show how the steel industry has caused harm to the country. Kennedy integrates a pedantic diction within his speech in an attempt to provoke negative
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