Friendship

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Finding the perfect way to make people follow the way you think it’s difficult. You need to make them understand and support you. During the 1960sintegration, was still a continued debate throughout the southern states. Many leaders such as MLKJ, Malcolm X and the Black Panther Party rose to give theirideas equality to the world. In his speech MLK JR, uses appeals to emotions to make people follow him. Malcolm X uses tone to pursue people and the Black PantherParty uses allusions to political documents to explain their ideas. All of them have interesting arguments; however MLK JR’s idea of nonviolent ways of solvingproblems is better.
MLK JR nonviolent policy captures people’s attention easily. He uses emotional appeal to make people understand what he is saying. “When yousuddenly find your tongue twisted and your speech stammering as you seek to explain to your 6-year old daughter why she can’t go to the amusement park, seetears welling up in her face when she is told that Funtown is closed to colored people.” He explains how hard it is for a parent to explain to their children thatwhite people feel superior and they can’t do the same things. For a parent is hard to teach their children about hate and resentment.
Malcom X uses a casualtone in his speech because he is talking to common people. He does not want white people to control black people. In other words he wants black people to beassertive. “So we all black people so called negroes, ex-slaves.” With these words people get angry and understand that they have to make themselves respected.
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