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14 April, 09:04

Which means of persuasion are primarily used in Washington's "Atlanta Compromise" and King's "I have a dream" speeches?

A. Atlanta Compromise uses pathos and I have a dream used logos

B. Atlanta Compromise uses logos and I have a dream uses pathos

C. Both speeches primarily use pathos

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  1. 14 April, 09:36
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    Washington is logos, king is pathos.
  2. 14 April, 10:52
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    B. Atlanta Compromise uses logos and I have a dream uses pathos

    Explanation:

    Pathos and logos are greek words that make reference to the usage of differente methods to persuade the audience to believe what you are saying or to reflect on some issue, the I have a dream speech by Martin Luther King is an excelent example of pathos, which is persuading the audience into reflecting on some issue by appealing to the emotional side of the audience, exposing emotions, while logos is an attempt to present facts and appealing to the logical reasoning of the audience and to convince them in believing what you want.
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