Rhetorical situation



The speaker of the “Atoms for Peace” speech is Dwight Eisenhower, the 34th president of the United States. Eisenhower delivers his speech at the 470th Plenary Meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. In his speech, Eisenhower says he feels proud, honored, and hopeful to be speaking at the Assembly: “I had constantly in mind that ahead of me lay a great honour. That honour is mine today as I stand here, privileged to address the General Assembly of the United Nations”.

Eisenhower constantly presents himself as a leader of the United States who is looking to further peace, rather than to provoke conflict. He also highlights his experience in the military to show he is knowledgeable when it comes to international conflict and war: “I, who have spent...

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