A Rhetorical Analysis of Political Addresses
A 6 page paper which analyzes, from a
rhetorical perspective, three separate speeches. The speeches are, overall, not very
effective in presenting believable material, or in instilling a level of passion in the listener.
They were essentially failures from a rhetorical and structural perspective. The speeches
discussed herein are, “Map Room Speech,” “President’s Address to the Nation,” and
“We’re Losing the Drug War because Prohibition Never Works.” No additional sources