Rhetorical Analysis Essay - Andrew Brown

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Andrew Brown Student ID# C02234882 Broad Rhetorical Analysis Essay 12/06/2011 Analyzing Should the Obama Generation Drop Out The intended audience of this essay would primarily be the President of the United States Barack Obama. The author of this essay sends a clear message attempting to persuade the President to use the following message in speeches; “It’s what you can do that should count when you apply for a job, not where you learned to do it” (Charles Murray). If the president where to send this message to corporate America it would send a clear signal that changes need to be made in the qualification requirements for potential job seekers. I believe that this is a necessary change that needs to be made for mid-level corporate jobs but I do believe a solid education should be necessary for any upper level management positions. Types of appeals that are used in this essay would include logos, pathos and ethos. The use of logos are seen throughout the essay and are evident when the author states that “many
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