Rhetorical Analysis Of Governor George Wallace's Speech
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Governor George Wallace was a die hard southern a true texan(insert state here) he loved the south for all it was worth and this helped craft his speech. it was easy for him to write such a persuasive speech for his crowd because they were all just like him, Southerners. He knew what to say and when to say it to get through to them in the way he wanted to.
In the beginning of his speech Wallace said “ To sign into law at any time is tragic. “ He was clearly on the opposing side and didn’t want this bill to be passed. Considering his whole audience was, and is from the south this was extremely effective. He calls out congress proclaiming at the top of his lungs that this bill “ Makes freedoms a federal crime.” Saying how life as we know it