Rhetorical Analysis: The Assassination Of Robert Francis Kennedy

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Robert Francis Kennedy had just finished his victorious speech for his run for president on June 5th , 1968 ; Robert wouldn't walk out the Ambassador Hotel alive. The assassination of Robert Kennedy was unjust because he opposed segregation, he was against the Vietnam War ; but some believe he mistreated the Palestinians.

Robert sometimes called Bobby opposed segregation just like his brother and former president John Kennedy. After John was elected president he made Robert attorney general and with this power he would use the federal government to help bring an end to segregation. Bobby would send out 500 plus troops to assure of the Freedom Riders safety from angry whites. According to Huffingtonposton.com Robert explained "What we need in the United States is not division; what we need in the United States is not hatred; what we need in the United States is not violence and
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As Robert walked to the crowd to shake hands and greet his fellow Americans he was turned around to go into the kitchen to shake hands of the chef's inside the kitchen. While walking into the kitchen was interrupted but, not by a person. Several shots were fired by Sirhan Sirhan on the one year-anniversary of the Six-Day War, a Palestinian man that migrated to the U.S. When Sirhan was captured and Bobby was laying in his own pool of blood and asked, "Is everybody ok"? The next day, at a nearby hospital on June 6th, 1968, Robert Kennedy died . Robert's funeral was held in New York and buried in Washington D.C. next to his big brother and former President, John. The assassination of Robert F. Kennedy is unjust because he opposed segregation, he was against the Vietnam War; however some believe he mistreated the Palestinians. Brookline, Massachusetts on November 20, 1925 Robert Kennedy was born and would die in Los Angeles, California on June 5,
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