Fourth Of July Rhetorical Analysis

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Douglas uses rhetorical questions to prove his point. His judgement does not seem clouded by anger. He only tries to explain that the fourth of July is a total mockery. He is able to back his emotions using facts from the past.

In my opinion, anger makes people say things they probably did not intend to say but this things are in most cases true. To some extent harsh, but it is normally what has been underlying beneath.

There was a time we had an argument as to whether abortion is justified. By all means to me, as long as the mother's life is not at risk, it is wrong. I got angry at how my friends were describing it so casually and justifying how it is okay. I personally do not care how old the fetus is but as long as it was conceived,it