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    Analysis of Obama”s Speeches

    Eleven days earlier than Christmas a baby is normally happy, energetic, excited, and anxious to see what kinds of nice presents are underneath the tree from “Santa.” No one in Newtown, Connecticut had a clue that 20 of Sandy Hook Elementary School’s students and six adults wouldn’t be seeing that precious day. Unfortunately on this […] More

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    Analysing Barack Obama”s Election Victory Speech

    Barack Obama is a very profitable speaker, and uses quite lots of methods to captivate the audience and make his message clear to everybody. From the introduction of the speech we can clearly see that the tone of the speech is inspirational. The speech is about change and reaching in course of unity and a […] More

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    Analyse Obamas Speech Back to School

    Essay: Barack Obama´s speech ”Back to School” A good training is important for the society. If you’ve a great training, you can get out of poverty and break the social heritage and thereby assist yourself and the society. This is some of the issues Barack Obama enters in his speech. The speech was given at […] More

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    The Analysis of Obama’s Victory Speech

    INTRODUCTION Senator barrack Obama’s victory in the U.S. presidential election was celebrated in his hometown of Chicago by hundreds-of-thousands of supporters who reveled in the history-making moment. In a large, open-air park, Obama thanked his supporters, and outlined the challenge he hopes to make as president. He is the first African-American elected president of the […] More

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    Analyse Obamas Speech Back to School

    Essay: Barack Obama´s speech ”Back to School” A good education is important for the society. If you have a good education, you can get out of poverty and break the social heritage and thereby help yourself and the society. This is some of the things Barack Obama enters in his speech. The speech was given […] More

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    Obama’s Education Promise, a Rhetorical Analysis

    “Education is the best provision for the journey to old age.” – Aristotle Today, 314.5 million people call themselves Americans. Each of them, with God permitting, will make the journey to old age. However, in this huge set of individuals, roughly fifteen percent of adults over the age of twenty-five have not received a high […] More