Paper 2 Notes - Allison Morrow Bush-main difference is the audience Bushs article is a speech which will rely on good responses from the audience

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Allison Morrow Bush -main difference is the audience. Bush‘s article is a speech, which will rely on good responses from the audience. This is evident because of the amount of clapping that goes on every time Bush applies to a moral truth in any parts of his speech. Some of his emotional appeals apply to the military ideals: just peace, human liberty, moral true, freedom, and common rights. Every military person, being very conservative, would agree to this and this makes the pathos of the speech extremely effective in this setting. Not that Falk’s audience would be against the ideals of freedom and so on, but they would be more concerned about going to war. Something makes George Bush not effective is the fact that although he has authority because he is the Commander of Chief, he has no military background to back him up. However, his assumptions about going to war are only for reasons of defending our moral truths and this makes it effective to the particular audience and not for general scholars.
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2011 for the course ENGLISH 102 taught by Professor Bey during the Fall '09 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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Paper 2 Notes - Allison Morrow Bush-main difference is the audience Bushs article is a speech which will rely on good responses from the audience

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