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Lesson 5 AssignmentCAS 104Part 1: Reasoning in the Inaugural AddressDuring a new Presidency, Inaugural Addresses have become a patriotic norm. The Inaugural Address is a speech given by the newly elected President of the United States of America and offers solutions to the existing issues throughout our nation and inform the people of America of their future plans as president. Karlyn Campbell and Kathleen Hall Jamieson define inaugural addresses as a genre of rhetoric with recurring patterns (Frank, D. A., 2011). Most Presidents of the United States, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, and Barack Obama all shared a common purpose for their inaugural addresses, though the purpose ofthe inaugural addresses were similar, the specific purposes of their speeches have been far from the same.The Great Depression has been one of Americas most horrendous economic downturns inthe history of the western industrialized world. October 1929, the stock market crashing sent Wall Street into a panic and was devastating to millions of investors. Franklin D. Roosevelt’s inaugural address was given during this economic crisis. The specific purpose was to convince the American people to not worry about the materialistic properties of the economy, but to take

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