Rhetorical Appeal Of Dr. Martin Luther King's I Have A Dream Speech

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The "I Have a Dream" speech is one of the most powerful speeches in our nation's history. Every opportunity I get love to hear it in its entirety. For this discussion, I listened to the audio as reading along. I honestly heard this speech in a new light. The rhetorical appeal device, I found in his speech was pathos. During in time in our country, there were strong racial tensions. Unequal treatment for African American citizens and Dr. King's speech passionately expressed it. I think the reason why this speech was so widely success, because of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.' s ability to appeal strongly to his audience. By Increasing his volume for high points of the speech, the full facial expressions he exhibited, and tone of his voice. I

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