President USA

George W. Bush’s Speech

I read and watched George W. Bush’s “9/11 Address to the Nation” and found the speech to be ineffective. The President’s speech started off and ended efficiently with it’s appeal to pathos, however, it’s lack in logos overshadowed this and made the speech unsuccessful. This essay will examine the President’s use of rhetorical appeals and […]

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy

The United States has had forty four presidents to date. In the US, the president is regarded as the head of government and head of state carrying out all government functions assigned. It is the highest office in the land influencing power and recognition to the bearer at the time. Four presidents in the US […]

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John Adams by David McCullough

In the overall history of the United States, John Adams is considered to be one of the iconic founding fathers whose excellence and significance is seen to be often overlooked and disregarded when rendering ample honor and commemoration. Initially known as the first Vice President, John Adams has also served in the American federal government […]

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The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln

Doris Kearns Goodwin. Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005. This is a terrific book. Goodwin has stepped with confidence into the well-mined, weary field of Lincoln historiography and emerged with a gem. Of interest to both specialists and generalists, this engaging trip through Civil War politics […]

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