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Unformatted text preview: Voice: She used a strong tone that varied in intensity throughout her speech. During her more important and powerful points, she slightly raised her voice but never yelled at her audience. She then brought it back down to a more somber tone. Barbara Jordans voice was consistently appropriate and in line with what she was saying. She spoke incredibly clearly and distinctly. Conclusion: Barbara Jordan summarized all of her main points and challenged her audience to make a decision on the impeachment. She never forced her own opinion onto the people, but instead laid out the laws and criteria for impeachment and left it up to her audience. Owen 2...
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- Fall '08