Executive Summary President Barack Obama seems to be a transformational leader who wants to achieve a deep change and mobilises therefore a lot of followers. In his election campaign he had three principles: Respect! The people felt attracted to Obama and were sure that he will be the perfect President. He received so many donations for his campaign like no president before in the history of the United Stated. He benefited from the big.
Obama framed his response in terms of the broader issue of race in the United States. The speech's title was taken from the Preamble to the United States Constitution. Obama addressed the subjects of racial tensions , white privilege , and racial inequality in the United States , discussing black "anger", white "resentment", and other issues as he sought to explain and contextualize Wright's controversial comments. On March 27, , the Pew Research Center called the speech "arguably the biggest political event of the campaign so far", noting that 85 percent of Americans said they had heard at least a little about the speech and that 54 percent said they heard a lot about it. Then- Senator Barack Obama , the son of a white American mother and black Kenyan father , launched a campaign in January to be the Democratic Party 's presidential nominee. His election marked the first election of an African-American president in American history. In March , ABC News released a story examining the sermons of Obama's longtime pastor, Jeremiah Wright , in which Wright denounced the United States and accused the government of crimes against people of color.
September 7, , Barack Obama delivered a speech at Wakefield High school. I choose this speech because the obvious use of rhetorical evidence. Obama is the 44th and current president of the United States. He was a civil-rights lawyer and teacher before pursuing a political career. In , in the first year of his presidency, Barack Obama opened the school year with a speech to students, asking them to take charge of their own education.
Well, let me just say hello everyone. I am so thrilled to be here with you all today in New Hampshire. This is like home to me, and this day — thank you for a beautiful fall day. Let me start by thanking your fabulous governor, your next US senator, Maggie Hassan.