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Surname 1 Name Tutor Course Date John F. Kennedy "First Inaugural" Speech Analysis John F. Kennedy "First Inaugural" gave the speech during his presidential inauguration at a time of economic prosperity, diplomatic challenges, and emerging social issues. The audience of the speech were American people to thank them for electing him as the 35th president of the U.S. The statement was made in Washington, D.C., United States and it was 13 minutes of the inaugural address. The dialogue was short and direct to the point where he speaks with a lot of confidence and certainty that transformation has come to America. Kennedy speaks of how change has come to America and everything is possible. He claims it is a chance for Americans to give hope and their confidence in the country and wok towards fulfilling their dreams and yet still be a fragment of the more prominent American family (Kennedy 1). The speech is useful because it appeals to the emotions of the listener that is the American citizen. They can have

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