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American Revoltion
Updated: 9/15/2020
American Revoltion
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  • A question of if the 13 colonies should remain slaved towards the throne or become free.
  • "...I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery..."
  • pay your taxes now!!!!!
  • Henry forces people to realize that imagining in hope and alluding in it is two different things, and that in order to get freedom people need get justice.
  • "having eyes, see not, and, having ears, hear not, the things Not seeing what is front of them which so nearly concern their salvation? "
  • To highlight the fact that the British military have taken advantage of them and that the 13th colonies and have justified these claims by not wanting to pay attention to the truth,.
  • "I wish to know what there has been in the conduct of the British ministry for the last ten years to justify those hopes"
  • This is pathos because in order to get his audiences attention he incerts fear/worry to get them to join.
  • The British have put every example of war onto the American people, but expect no retaliation.
  • ". These are the implements of war and subjugation; the last arguments to which kings resort."
  • Henry tells people that if they don't open their eyes salvation will happen, so he uses pathos.
  • Has determined that we, the people should consider The British the enemy.
  • "Has Great Britain any enemy"
  • To get people attention he uses logos, to state the fact that we have been reprimanded by the British government for too long.
  • Come to the conclusion that the only way to not remained slaved to Britain is to fight for there freedom.
  • "If we wish to be free, we must fight! I repeat it, sir, we must fight!"
  • Pathos is used to hide the false sense of betrayal when really the British just put taxes onto the colony.
  • The use of logos help support Henry's claim that we should use logic that we need to consider Britain as an enemy.
  • The use of ethos in this section allows the reader to feel that they are not only fighting for their freedom but there country.
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