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President Roosevelt gave two impactful speeches during his terms as president His two speeches were Fireside Chat given in 1933 and the Pearl Harbor Address in 1941 Although both the Fireside Chat and the Pearl Harbor Address were given by President Franklin Roosevelt the presidents usage of logos pathos and ethos differs from each speechThe first type of rhetoric that president Roosevelt established in both is speeches are logos One of the most important part of logos is the claim that Roosevelt addresses in his speeches in the very beginning An example is in his Fireside Chat when he immediately state what he wants to address by saying I want to talk for a few minutes with the people of the United States about banking With this approach President Roosevelt goes straight into his topic of what he will focus on However in President Roosevelts Pearl Harbor Address he approaches it in a slower pace by stating a date which will live in infamy By not making a more straight-forward claim President Roosevelt first wants to create the type of feeling that his topic would address Along with the claims that Roosevelt makes the president also utilize a great source of reasonable logic In his Fireside Chat Roosevelt explained that he knows of the issue at hand by stating I recognize that the many proclamations from State capitols couched for the most part in banking and legal terms ought to be explained for the benefit of the average citizen President Roosevelt shows that he has great logic and understanding of the subject by elaborating on the issue In his other speech the Pearl Harbor Address he approaches the use of logic through data with words and phrases such as one hour after yesterday and last night By using specific words and phrases President Roosevelt form a more accurate and clear description of the Pearl Harbor bombing To finish up his uses of logos President Roosevelt
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