Rhetorical Analysis Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Speech

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In the speech of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, he believes that our nation has a false idea of what education really is. Throughout his speech, he emphasized the importance of equal education, embracing diversity, and creating a sense of character that won’t be a menace to society. MLK shows his experiences of the civil rights movement to show that there is a lot of discrimination throughout the nation especially in the south of the United States where he believes Mr. Talmadge is one of the most influential leaders in the state of Georgia, who is very intelligent based on his ability to think critically and intensively is not a good leader. MLK states that Mr. Talmadge isn’t the “educated men” we need in our society because of his ignorance calling