Hilary Clinton and Abortion
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In this article, the writer looks at how Hillary Clinton's speech regarding abortion as a tragedy, is intended to be an emotional appeal to the people. The writer notes that she uses Roe v. Wade as a benchmark in time, perhaps to give the speech legitimacy by associating it with that successful court case. The writer further points out that in her opening paragraph, Clinton sets the tone for the rest of her speech. This paper identifies some of the areas in which Clinton seeks to influence the thinking of her audience through emotions rather than facts.
From the Paper:"From its very opening, Hillary Clinton's speech is intended to be an emotional appeal to the people. She uses Roe v. Wade as a benchmark in time, perhaps to give the speech legitimacy by associating it with that successful court case. In her opening paragraph, Clinton sets the tone for the rest of her speech. She refers to the Roe v. Wade decision as being a "landmark decision that struck a blow for freedom and equality for women". Clinton speaks of people on "the front line," of Roe v. Wade as being "in jeopardy." She also equates Roe v. Wade with "quality healthcare". All of these words and phrases are intended to elicit the listener's emotions. Many such words and phrases populate Hilary Clinton's speech."
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