Rhetorical Analysis Of The Last Sunday In Las Vegas

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Gun-rights has been a constant issue within society for what seems like forever. People strongly advocate for their beliefs about this topic all the time, but in many people's eyes nothing seems to change that would solve the actions that are taking place. People feel strongly about both sides, but commonly share the idea of the outcome. This past Sunday in Las Vegas is an example of the actions that people are advocated to prevent. Andrew Rosenthal, writer of the New York Times, argues that the way to solve this issue and prevent future actions like what occurred in Las Vegas to happen is by limiting the power or the ease of purchase. Rosenthal uses a number of rhetorical devices to convey his argument, them being an analogy and an hortative

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