Power of the Speech Analytical Essay by numero uno

Power of the Speech
An analysis of Hillary Rodham Clinton' speech, "Women's Rights are Human Rights."
# 8283 | 2,080 words | 0 sources | 2002 | US

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This paper explores the powers of the political speech. It shows how each word is chosen with utmost care and often the politicians words are remembered better than their actions. One such speech by Hilary Clinton is analyzed for its content, its intentions and its ramifications.

From the Paper:

"Clinton's speech can be seen as belonging to a line of similar speeches in American history, include speeches urging women's enfranchisement given by Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony. She relies heavily on the idea of enfranchisement, which lies at the heart of democracy so much so that we tend to use the word as synonymous with empowerment. "

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