Rhetorical Analysis: The Mortensen Riverfront Plaza

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Generally speaking, the speech does follow Aristotle's method of persuasion, and it's well structured. However, Sanders speech wasn't effective, necessarily the speech itself was convincing he definitely has what it takes to get people to vote for him. The Mortensen Riverfront Plaza speech is one of his strongest, but I don't believe it has what it takes to help him win connecticut. So, from my perspective as the audience not it didn't move me entirely making it not effective. I do agree with the vast majority of the issues he talked about, and find him to be trustworthy. All in all, Sanders did an excellent job using Aristotle's appeals it is evident that as a speaker he knows how to use persuasion, he wouldn't have came so far as a politician
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