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John Stewart in "Why My Grief Isn't Despair" uses anecdotes to uplift American citizens after the tragedy of 9/11 by cheering them up and giving them hope by saying...
"The reason I don't despair is this attack happened. It's not a dream. But the aftermath, the recovery, is a dream realized. And that is Martin Luther King's dream.(6)
He uses a traumatic event from his, and multiple people's path to uplift others
He also uses this story to remind everyone of the insane recovery efforts after 9/11 to help give people a sense of hope and help them cheer up.
He also uses the values of Americans to spark hope by saying...
"But you know what the view is now? The Statue of Liberty... You can't beat that."(10)
The image of the Statue of Liberty is connected with the values of freedom and hope.
He uses this image to connect his listeners to these values and give them a sense of hope that they, and the rest of America, will be able to move past this tragedy.
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