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Dream In I Have A Dream martin Luther King Jr writes on effective argument because he uses pathos Ethos and Logos is the backing which strengthens the argument This speech is very emotional because it expresses how King and other Negroes feel His issue is African Americans were promised their citizenship rights but never received the reality of them The claim in this speech is that there will be no rest nor tranquility in America until the Negroes is granted his citizenship rightsKing 683 This speech deals with the three appeal ethos pathos and logos The three appeals feeds off each other in this essay to make the reader get behind the speaker This speech written by Dr Martin Luther King Jr is a proposal to America This speech speaks for all Negroes in dealing with their rights that is well long overdue King talks about how African Americans never receive what was granted to them the unalienable rights of life liberty and happinessKing 682 King emphasizes the importance of time and determination For example It would be fatal for the nation to overlook the urgency of the movement and to underestimate the determination of the Negro King 683 This can be looked at as a threat but not in a violent way Time is very important to King In this speech there is a section in which he starts every sentence with the word now King says now is the time to make real the promises of Democracy King 683 King uses evidence effectively in supporting his claim A question is asked when will you be satisfied King do response with a list of sentences started them off with saying we will never be satisfied as long as the Negro is the victim of the unspeakable horrors of police brutality King 683 Once again a logical answer to a question and in that answer there is ethos It is wrong to get beat
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