Rhetorical Analysis Of Martin Luther King's Dream

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This paper examines the conditions of the Afro-Americans’ lives from 1960-today with focus on education, work, income, police brutality and criminality. It also describes the Jim Crow laws and the busboy cot from 1955. The paper also analyzes Martin Luther King’s speech I have a dream with the purpose of rhetorical devices and how well they have been used in the speech, and how Afro-Americans’ conditions have been at the time. At last the paper discusses and assesses how to what an extent King’s dream came true with self-elected sources as backrest for the asses. A lot of parts from Martin Luther King’s dream have come true, but it is still not all that is how King wanted it to be. The paper concludes that Kings dream have not come true, but
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