Assignment #2 - Session#3 - Rhetorical Analysis

Assignment #2 - Session#3 - Rhetorical Analysis - Amanda...

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Amanda Enns Marian Allen English 255 Assignment #2 – Session 3 October 3, 2016 Rhetorical Analysis of James Hansen’s “A Solution to the Climate Problem” Professor James Hansen of Columbia University breaks down the reasons why society needs to persevere in stopping the government from using fossil fuels and how to solve the over usage problem, in his article “A Solution to the Climate Problem.” Hansen begins the article by painting a picture of a fully cooperative government who is keeping on track for the complete elimination of fossil fuels. After, the reader feels duped when he unashamedly calls them liars. He brings to light their true intentions by using clear but overwhelmingly powerful facts put into a list using transitional words for an organized and simple read. Next, he breaks down the solution of flat carbon emissions prices by using lament terms and
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