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Hitler Vs. Churchhill

Summary: Analyzes the types of persuasion these men used and their effectiveness.
Persuasion can be a very potent weapon in any argument or battle. A lot of people don't know it but one can actually categorize persuasion into three very diverse styles, logos, pathos, and ethos. Logos is purely statistics, logic, and analogies. Pathos is the emotions that the speaker makes the audience feel. Lastly, ethos is the credibility of the speaker. Many of the speakers during and after the WWII era had many different views on how presentations should be made. For instants ex-President Kennedy had a good ethos, a strong logos, but his pathos was kind of weak. On the other hand, ex-dictator Adolf Hitler had a strong ethos a powerful pathos, but his logos didn't have much support or make much sense. Some would say that Kennedy was a better speaker with his good logic and his strong aura, but others would disagree and say that...

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