Barack Obama delivered his inaugural address, to mark the beginning of his second term as President. He spoke not only about the changes and challenges the United States faced, but also about how the early Americans had been fighting for the American dream, and that this and future generation should do the same, by standing up for their rights and keep reaching for their goals.
In this task, I analyze Barack Obama's inaugural address and look at the rhetorical devices and the different forms of an appeal. The text is a speech, as mentioned earlier, held by the President of the United States, Barack Obama. The main theme of the speech is, in fact, the American dream and the founding statement of this "dream" of the Declaration of independence. Barack Obama uses the famous phrase "we count these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness "is taken from the Declaration itself.
Barack Obama He is the first ever black man to be President of the United States. He was born in Hawaii and comes from a middle-class family. He was very talented as a child and received a scholarship and majored in political science. He has two daughters with his wife of 21 years, Michelle Obama.
In Obama's speech, he talks about the American history, their choices around the education, economy and the crisis as they go through. That all should have the same rights and opportunities, even though we have different gender, religion and sexual orientation. Obama also tells how to America, not only thinks national, but also international, from Asia to Africa. From America to the Middle East. That they will support about democracy in the whole world. We want that the middle class will be better, schools and roads, a cheaper and better health care system, and better public service. But on the other side we are scared witless by...