In Defense Of The Whiskey Speech By Noah S.

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Noah S. " Soggy" Sweat, Jr. provides a clear argument both for and against the topic but he leans towards the side that agrees with legalizing alcohol, and it is predominant on his speech is titled "The Whiskey Speech." He claims that whiskey helps society by providing them joy and peace, while it also help them forget "life's great tragedies, and heartaches, and sorrows." In his speech, he uses smooth phrasing and elegant contrasting points to prove that whiskey adds amusement to life and that there are more reasons to legalize it than to keep it banned. Sweat’s last point is his main point, which is the reason of why whiskey should be legal. He starts by using the preposition "but" which marks a contrast with the first paragraph.

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