Proposition 8 Argument

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“The Land of Freedom and Opportunity,” a common term used to describe the United States of America, mainly because of a document known as The Constitution, listing the rights and freedoms granted to the citizens of the U.S. Among these freedoms are the freedom of speech, religion, and press assigned to individuals in the 1st Amendment of the Constitution. In addition, The Constitution provides in the 14th Amendment that “…no state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” However, these rights and protections came into question in California in November 2008, when Proposition 8 was passed. Proposition 8 is a California ballot proposition, that when passed in November became a State Constitutional Amendment,…show more content…
His cognitive of persuasion and introduction of the main three proofs, pathos, ethos, and logos, provides the audience with a fuller sense of the fight for equality among sexualities as well as persuading the audience to think a certain way. Aristotle’s rhetoric has been regarded as one of the most famous and constantly used communication theories, covering events from political campaigns to school speeches. Rhetoric has been recorded as being originated in Greece in the 5th century B.C. and throughout time has gained a status in scientific studies as well as philosophical, even entering the psychological fields as well, for it studies the content of discourse, the effect it will have on the audience, and the moral character of the orator (2011). Each of these factors provides the necessary means to effectively persuade audiences in whichever way the orator desires and by establishing these factors the three artistic proofs arise, pathos, ethos, and
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