Robert F Kennedy Use Ethos In Remarks On The Assassination Of Jfk

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When analyzing “Remarks on the Assassination of MLK” I noticed that the speaker, Robert F. Kennedy use the rhetorical modes of ethos, pathos, and logos in his speech. This speech is a eulogy regarding to death of Martin Luther King Jr. spoken in front of a large mass of his supporters. In the third, sixth, and ninth paragraph, Kennedy uses ethos to try to win over the supporter by appealing to their morality. He explains that in order to move the country in a direction away from polarization they should make an effort to understand, comprehend, and replace violence with compassion and love just as MLK tried to do. Later on in the sixth paragraph, Kennedy states that America does not need division nor hatred but instead needs wisdom, compassion,
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