Stiglitz's Rhetoric Summary

380 Words2 Pages
Joseph E. Stiglitz begins the article “of the 1%, by the 1%, for the 1%” with a quote “it’s no use in pretending that what has obviously happened has not in fact happened.” A hook this phrase leaves the reader with questions intrigues the reader into the article. Stiglitz utilizes the rhetorical triangle effectively, for example logos when Stiglitz throws at the reader factual material as well as percentages with dates. At first after reading the article is all over the place with little to connect it all, the reader must analyze the article carefully. Stiglitz is talking about income equality percentages the 1% percent of the wealthiest people the top people as Stiglitz says. Therefore, Stiglits main argument the purpose behind

    More about Stiglitz's Rhetoric Summary

      Open Document