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Robert J. Samuel persuasive style emphasizes his view on the economy and how it has its ups and downs. He uses literary devices such as rhetorical questions and diction

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´╗┐Phuong Anthony Phuong Mrs. Boisa AP Language July 25, 2012 Following a Journalist Robert J. Samuel persuasive style emphasizes his view on the economy and how it has its ups and downs. He uses literary devices such as rhetorical questions and diction to achieve effectiveness with his persuasive style of writing and to show his purpose of his articles, his purposes are to make the readers reading his article start to see how the current economic states of some nation are. Samuel has a persuasive style of writing; to show that he has persuasive style of writing he uses rhetorical questions. ...read more.

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answer is that the government can?t restart the sluggish economy because the economy is in such a bad spot the only thing to do is fix it. This shows the persuasive style of writing that Samuel is expressing because he?s trying to persuade his readers that the government is doing nothing to help the economy. Samuel also uses diction to express his persuasive style of writing. For example, Samuel uses the world ?dreadful? to express his claim on how bad the Obamacare policy is. The word dreadful means great suffering or extremely bad, when using that word he sends his reader the message that contributing to the Obamacare policy will bring great suffering to many people. ...read more.

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When using the word ?poisoned? it persuades the readers who read Samuels?s articles to resent the political climate because it is ?poisoned? and it will poison them if not avoided. Samuel emphasized his point of view and clearly defined it for the reader in a way that convinces them to believe it with his persuasive style of writing. His purpose to most of his articles is to make the readers start to see how the current economic states of some nation are and how some nations economy have their ups and downs. To show his purposes he uses literary devices such as rhetorical questions and diction to achieve effectiveness with his persuasive style of writing. ...read more.

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