America's Furture

America's Furture - Kirk F. Kaupke English 1113.002 October...

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Kirk F. Kaupke English 1113.002 October 11, 2005 America’s Future For the over two centuries, America has entrusted its faith to a single man believing that he will guide us in the right direction. President George W. Bush is only the 43 rd man in America’s history to hold such a responsibility, and his 2 nd inaugural address uses many examples of ethics as well as emotions to appeal to his audience. Logical support is at the base of every good argument, and Bush’s speech is not an exception. Although he tries to connect on a personal level, he does use a few instances of mere logic. Within the address to the nation, Bush makes firm assertions about the future, and makes a convincing voice for getting what America wants. Bush connects on all levels with the American people, but also projects his voice to the whole world. Through logical and emotional evidence, Bush provides a sound argument for the intended audience. America, over the past few decades, has become one of the largest superpowers in
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This note was uploaded on 06/29/2008 for the course ENGL 1113 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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