Dwight Eisenhower’s main intention in his “Atoms for Peace” speech is to inform the audience of the need to use atomic power for peaceful purposes. Eisenhower also has the secondary intention of persuading nations to join his plan of creating an international atomic energy agency.

Eisenhower uses logos in the beginning of his speech to present factual information and statistics about atomic power. The composition of his speech is made in such a way that he transitions from presenting general information about atomic power to arguing that the atomic power race is not a sustainable practice or one that can bring about a peaceful future for the planet. He presents the idea of using atomic power for peaceful purposes instead which highlights the ma...

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