The claim is supported by the use of all three modes

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The claim is supported by the use of all three modes of persuasion, ethos, logos, and pathos. Ethos is used throughout the speech when Frederick Douglass remembers his time as a child and the experiences with slavery which give the reader firsthand knowledge of occurrences of slavery and the slave trade, therefore presenting his creditability. Logos are displayed with the authors citing of historical events, analogies, and logical arguments for why black Americans dealing with “gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the victim” (Douglass) believe the “celebration is a sham” (Douglass). Pathos is seen throughout the speech with the authors use of emotional events surrounding the treatment of black Americans. The opposing side is mentioned in many instances in the speech; the author gives many illustrative depictions of the importance of the Fourth of July to the white Americans as opposed to black Americans. The argumentative style that I believe is used is the Rogerian method. It really seems clear within in the speech with the use of all the oppositional language as a means of reaching a common goal to put an end to slavery and the oppression of black Americans.
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