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The Analysis Of The Clare Boothe Luce'S Speech To The Women'S National Press In our society today everything is based on media which is something that is becoming more and more about what the people want to hear rather than what they need to be told. American people love hearing a good story whether it's true or not. The media is something that supposes to brings out the truth and facts to the citizens that watch it but now they are just becoming opinionated and that's where they are going wrong. With this speech given by Clare Booth Luce to the women's national press, club occurs she addresses this problem. To prepare the audience for the message she uses contradictory language and metaphors". Luce first begins her speech by telling the audience how honor she is to be in their present then she flips her original statement of how happy and flattered she is to "I am less happy than you might think and more challenged than could know " with this line luce gives off the vibe to her audience that everything that she is about to say to them isn't going to be all positive things. But
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