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Analysing three Contrasting Speeches: Martin Luther King, "I have a dream"Bill Clinton, "This has hurt too many innocent people."Earl Spencer, "The most hunted woman of the modern age"
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Analysing three Contrasting Speeches:
Martin Luther King, "I have a dream"
Bill Clinton, "This has hurt too many innocent people."
Earl Spencer, "The most hunted woman of the modern age"
In this essay I am going to analyse three contrasting speeches. The first is one of the most famous speeches of all time, Martin Luther King's "I have a Dream". This speech was delivered on the 28th of August 1963, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. It has gone down in history as one of the greatest demonstrations for freedom, against the merciless environment that black people of America were put in. The second speech is Bill Clinton, "This has hurt to many innocent people". This speech was heard by over two thirds of America and many others over the world on the 17th of August 1998. The, then U.S.A President was speaking about his 'un-appropriate' relationship with Monica Lewinsky, one that he had denied earlier that year. Many people feared he would be impeached but his blunt, honest, sincere speech won over the American citizens once again. The third speech is Earl Spencer's "The most hunted woman of the modern
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