Rhetorical Analysis Of Reagan's Speech

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In this speech, Reagan’s strongest ability was to be able to relate with his listeners. In the very beginning of the speech he was able to gain their attention and shows to have charisma among the people. He humbles himself and identifies his being as equal to them. He was once a democrat who made the decision to change to the Republican Party. His desire was to use his public speaking ability to aid fellow republican politicians in their campaign goals. This specific speech was in support of Barry Goldwater. The audience was familiar with Reagan and that made his speech more effective. After Reagan gave his speech or Goldwater, he became a political sensation and was asked to run for Governor of California. At the time

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