inaugural speech

inaugural speech - Heather Fackelman Honors Seminar: 20th...

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Heather Fackelman September 12, 2007 Honors Seminar: 20 th Century Civilizations Honp-102-03 Kennedy’s Inaugural Address Kennedy’s inaugural address, though short, was one filled goals and expectations for his time in office. His skillful use of rhetoric inspired hope in the nation, and evoked a sense of unification throughout the country in a time that called for pulling together and pulling through worldly conflicts as one . In reading not only the basic content of his speech, but also the style in which he wrote it, one can easily deduce that Kennedy favored peace, not war, and when war was necessary, he preferred a sense of union over dissension. His logic was to reach out to his public and relate to each person by appealing to their sentiments, cultures, personal experiences, hopes, and dreams. Kennedy found a way to appeal to his entire audience, and in doing so already achieved a sense of union. Kennedy’s speech, at first, portrays him as an idealist of sorts, as he presents a list
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2008 for the course HONP 102 taught by Professor Garrett during the Fall '07 term at Montclair.

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