Gettysburg Address Speech

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After an explosion takes place is important to analyze what you have left. When the pain and despair goes away is time to join forces and control the damages it caused. It is important to gather all people to do the best reconstruction possible. During this process is important to remember and honor what was destroyed killed or lost. In the Gettysburg Address speech Lincoln remembered people to honor the deaths of the people and to stop making the same mistakes. He remember them how the country was form with the sense of liberty and that as a nation they should not be fighting internal. In his speech he did what as never done before. Gettysburg Address was a marc in history and the start of a new beginning for America. President Lincoln gave one of his most famous speeches at the end of a ceremony at Gettysburg. This ceremony was honoring the soldiers that had died in the battle that took place there. This battle was very violent and cause the death of many. His speech took about two minutes, however it send a message that will always be remembered in the history of America. Not only because short speeches were not typical at the time but also because of the message it gave people and the way it was delivered. Before Lincoln begins his speech after many others had spoken. People were tired but as soon he started everyone was so focused on the message of liberty, union, and…show more content…
After that he said that those deaths need to have a reason for the country "from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion; that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain; that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom" showing the people that it was time to make changes and to finish what it was started. President Lincoln finishes his speech talking about the government they had "government of the people, by the people, for
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