Ain T I A Woman Rhetorical Analysis

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What motivates people to struggle for change? They are motivated by others, who want to change for the better in society. They prepare speeches in order to motivate others and to make them understand what they are changing and how they want to change.
People like to get motivated by others because they give off powerful emotions. For example, Frederick Douglass in What to the slave Is the Fourth of July?, tries to explain that the celebration of The Fourth of July is just for the white. Douglass’s tone of speech has this angry tone which eventually changes to a soft tone, a way to motivate and make others understand the situation. He gave his speech to the Ladies Anti- Slavery Society which had a huge impact to the audience.
Another motivational speaker is Sojourner Truth. Truth delivered her speech, Ain’t I a Woman?, at a Women’s Rights Convention. Her speech held true power. For example, Some people still think that women are weak Truth says, “I could work as much and eat as much as a man- when I could get it- and bear the lash as well! Ain’t I a Woman?”, women back then didn’t have rights. Truth also said that she had borne thirteen children and had to watch all of them be sold off to
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For example, Stanton states, “We hold these truths to be self evident: that all men and women were all created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights.”, meaning that others shouldn’t say that men are more capable than women, like what Truth had said about men and women. For instance, Stanton would want everyone to have the rights to votes, “He has never permitted her to exercise her inalienable right to the elective franchise.”, by “her” she means everyone one not only women. Everyone should be allowed to vote even if they don’t have the same skin color or the same racial