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Many Early Writers Felt it was only important to write about prominent people and often left out many important characteristics of normal life In A Worn Path the Eudora Welty describes the humanity in the life of a lower class woman In Kennedys speech he speaks to the less prominent people in America on their importance to the country and what their life could be like In these two passages the authors chose to write about less prominent people I disagree with many early writers and think that it is much more important to write about normal people In John F Kennedys Inaugural Address he addresses the nation and especially the less prominent people about the power they never knew they had Kennedy states early on that the torch has been passed on to a new generation of Americans initializing that he believes that the power is in the hands off the common people This means that unified the millions of Americans are much more powerful that the most powerful leader or the richest politician This early on in the speech the reader is already aware that the speech is aimed towards the less-prominent people of America contrary to the styles of other early writers Kennedy later says To those people in the huts and villages of half the globe struggling to break the bonds of mass misery we pledge out best efforts to help them help themselves Here it is made obvious that Kennedys goals are centered on the much more common less-fortunate peoples of the world This is reinforced when he says his goal is to assist free men and free governments in casting off the chains of poverty When Kennedy spoke the classic line ask not what your country can do for you--ask what you can do for your country he concludes that the control of the country is in the hands of the unified population more that any other
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