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Yousuf Huda 1302 – 005 Spring 2008 Kamalika Mitra Proofs on Independence Day April 7, 2008 The Americans won their independence from Great Britain and they did so by argument and violence. Mostly violence but they wouldn’t of had anything to fight for if they didn’t have an argument. This argument was written by Thomas Jefferson on July 2 nd , 1776 and included all proofs including ethos, logos, and pathos. The ethos in this argument is shown when they mention the Creator, Nature’s God, the Laws of Nature, Powers of the earth, Rights, Administration of Justice, the King of Great Britain, the free System of English Laws, Armories of foreign Mercenaries, and other reputable nouns. All of these nouns are reputable to a certain extent but are not
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Unformatted text preview: always good. The argument uses these to show Great Britain that the argument they make is serious and demands respect. The logos in this argument is shown when they mention that all the people on the American continent deserve human rights and deserve to form their own nation. It is said that they all deserve to have unalienable Rights also known as Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. The pathos in this argument is shown when they mention that everyone deserves to have rights and that all men are created equal. It makes Americans think that there is a better way of life instead of living under British rule....
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