Rhetorical Analysis Of Mlk Letter To Birmingham Jail

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Martin Luther King Jr, one of the greatest speakers for the Black civil rights movement, He had written many great works in his time. Two of his pieces that stand out is “Letter from Birmingham Jail”; and the speech “I have a dream. In the speech "I Have a Dream" by Dr Martin Luther King was spoke to civil rights activist and civilians, in front of the the lincoln memorial. On the other hand in the “Letter from Birmingham” was a letter wrote by Dr Martin Luther King jr in the Birmingham jail. This Letter was in response to 8 clergymen that criticized him in a newspaper for protesting racism nonviolently. Dr Martin Luther King used pathos and logos in speech/letter to convey the audience to support the statement “everyone is equal”. The way
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