Kennedy's Inaugural Address

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John F. Kennedy in his inaugural speech addresses to America, USSR, and to the nation. He sets the tone for his presidency by being stern, inspiring, and engaging. He states that if we all come together we can end tyranny, poverty, disease and war itself. Kennedy establishes his vision for the United States. He begins his inaugural speech by using parallelism to emphasize the importance of his victory in the presidential race. Kennedy describes his victory as “symbolizing an end, as well as a beginning- signifying renewal as well as change.” He uses opposition to explain that now he will start a new phase as a president, of all, not the candidate for some. Applying anaphora, he says “to” in order to address all of the different people he
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