Analysis of a persuasive speech delivered by Hilary Clinton concerning womans rights.

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Analysis of a speech delivered by Hilary Clinton concerning woman’s right

This is an extract from a famous speech delivered by Hilary Clinton concerning woman’s right on September 5, 1995. This speech addresses problems that every single country faced concerning the freedom and liberties being taken away from women, and why it is important that they receive these freedoms. The goal of this speech is to raise awareness of people about human rights and achieve a greater equality and opportunity for women around the world.

She uses a rhetorical question “wasn’t it after the women’s conference in Nairobi ten years ago that the world focused for the first time on the crises of domestic violence?” to arouse attention from the audience.

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She throws out the caption "The great challenge of this conference is to give voice to women everywhere.” which makes her stand candid and clear.  She stresses the main goal of the conference, the overall purpose of the act.  Hilary Clinton discusses how everyone attending the conference has the responsibility to speak for those that are silenced and not allowed to state their views, thus giving direction to the characters involved in the scene.

The word “silent” is repeated three times throughout the whole speech. “No one should be forced to remain silent for fear of religious or ...

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