Due to Henry being popular parliament were willing to help finance his invasion. He proved himself a worthy King from the very beginning by personally sening letters asking for help from religious communities and individuals asking for help with his plans. This shows from an early stage that Henry doesn't hold back. His organisation skills from the very early stages led him to being so successful in France as a whole as if he had just jumped straight in with trying to take over France at once, he wouldn't have stood a chance or gained credibility from his men and the French men. Gaining cedibility and respect was very important to Henry.
This story appeals to the audiences emotions and this make his speech effective. The idea that an elderly man of a different race is willing to be part of the campaign not because of an issue that he is facing but because he is willing to join the campaign for someone else, but not only another person but another person of another race shows that there is hope for America to place differences aside and unify. It shows that no matter what race a person is, people are able to sympathize with one another and help support each other when needed. By using this heartwarming story Obama reached out to the readers and gave them hope of
In this paper, Danial’s thesis seems to be clear on what he is going to write about. Danial is explaining how citizenship can save America through Barber; the author. He points out some strong statements where he is able to back up it up. As Danial explained ”Every nation in the world looked at America with admiration and not only did they respect America, but they believed in the leadership offered by America. The leadership did not come from the government however; it came from hard working citizens who were more concerned about the well being of their nation than their own lives” (2).
Obama stated, “The people make it possible” and “people give me hope” while Romney also said that the “strength of America is based on its communities and people”. President Obama wants people to believe that with him America will be heading towards a good future and Mitt Romney wants to restore the promise of America. Obama and Romney stressed that with their plans, America will succeed. These two men also took time in their speeches to thank the “older” generation and all of those who have died for the rights and freedoms Americans enjoy now. There were only a few topics that Obama and Romney had similar ideas about and those were the use of renewable energy and education.
He lays everything down in front of them to see. This kind of honesty and sincerity that he shows to the people is a new form of persuasion. Nixon’s persuasion skills made this speech a successful one, which has stuck with people even today. He used his words effectively, and did the job of refuting most if not all of the questions presenting themselves because of the funds that were donated. His final thoughts that he leaves with the people reinforce his main points, and put his full support behind his decisions and his running mate Eisenhower.
America intervenes in many wars that it should not have. America has a past of fighting for freedom and wanting to prove itself to powerful European countries. Ever since gaining their independence in 1776, Americans have felt the need to prove themselves in the world stage and feel important to the rest of the world. Americans are power hungry, and want to help others just for the selfish need of wanting to appear like good samaritans. They donate to other countries and the needy in hopes of getting recognized and applauded for good deeds, never simply just for the good feeling of helping another human
Ashley Tausaga Mrs. Davies English 1A 8 October 2009 Permanent Culture Most believe that the American dream is to be famous and extremely wealthy. Others believe the American dream is to succeed and to get an education. Most people in America take advantage of the opportunities given to them. They don’t realize the struggle that other countries face and the limited opportunities they receive. Richard Wright, Dinesh D’Souza, and Judith Cofer realize how different things are in America compared to their lifestyle and culture, and tell about how it impacted their lives.
He wants to take care of the Americans together. The speech is very easy to read he is talking in a way that everyone can understand him. He is referring to the “old” presidents to support what he wants to do, and are making the people relate to situations, they know or have either been a part of or heard of. He is using a little bit of humor in the beginning of the speech, so that people can see that he is also a human and not just a person who makes things happen. He has a family whit two girls who are in school even though their father is the president.
What is the American Dream? There is not one definite answer to this hazy question. Some think that the dream is a world filled with equality, freedom, and prosperity. Others believe it is a life of personal happiness where you can chase big money and fancy cars. Several just look at it as a life better than the horrible one they are living.
Roosevelt, he wrote “This nation takes great satisfaction and much strength from the things which have been done to make its people conscious of their individual stake in the preservation of democratic life in America. Those things have toughened the fiber of our people, have renewed their faith and strengthened their devotion to the institutions we make ready to protect” What Roosevelt meant by this is that because of all of the benefits of living in our country and the fact that people get to do what they want to do, it helps us stay together as a union and as a whole, because the people know that a brighter future is ahead of us. We are all