Kennedy’s Inaugural has been a speech full of realism, idealism strength and historical reference.
He utilizes a method of Aristotle’s persuasive speech saying that he was the Democratic party’s candidate for president who happens also to be a Catholic.
But, he said, he wasn’t the Catholic candidate for President. A beautiful rhetorical strategy in his Inaugural of 1961. Moreover his diction makes a strong role in this speech, infact words as freedom, poverty, loyalty are words that can be related to everyone.
John F. Kennedy's Inaugural discourse was given on January twentieth, 1961. He addressed the natives of the United States, yet to the whole world. Obviously his principle objective was to bring together the whole human race and to improve the world a spot for everybody. John F. Kennedy was approaching all Americans to be the distinction, to stand firm, to roll out the improvement, and to do what is ethically right.
There was an incredible reference to our nation being the first to rebel against the desire of avaricious men, and that we are the beneficiaries of that insurgency with the obligation to maintain and convey essential human rights to every single person over the globe.
His extraordinary utilization of rationale and amazing feelings utilized all through the discourse brought this feeling of obligation, contended his suggestion to take action, and enabled his words to be very successful in the unification of the nationals of the United States and whatever remains of the world together.
John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address is a great historic speech with strong fundamental values that the United States still holds to this day. One of the values is the upcoming and new prosperous generation that Kennedy mentions , a strong new generation that does not forget its roots or what it stands for as it is portrayed in his Inaugural Address. Reasoning to support that mentioned value can be seen here from Kennedy's Inaugural Address itself , "We dare not forget today that we are the heirs of the first revolution. Let the world go forth from this time and place , to a friend and foe alike , that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans--born in this century, tempered by war , disciplined by a hard and bitter peace , proud of our ancient heritage--and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been commited, and to which we are commited today at home and around the world."Another mentioned value is the American freedom and duty to always stand up for and protect liberty and freedom , reasoning presented here as the speech states , "Let every nation know, wheter it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival and success of liberty". Another mentioned value is the support and the unification with other countries and nations. In his Inaugural Adress Kennedy states , "To those old allies whose cultural and spiritual origins we share, we pledge the loyalty of faithful friends. United there is little we cannot do in a host of cooperative ventures. Divided there is little we can do--for we dare not meet a powerful challenge at odds and split asunder. To those new states whom we welcome to the ranks of the free, we pledge our word that one form of colonial control shall not have passed away merely to be replaced by a far more iron tyranny".
Marthin Luther - posted Ninety-Five theses on a church door.
John Calvin - is French theologian in Geneva, Switzerland
John Foxe - The Book of Martyrs
Patrick Hamilton - martyr of the Scottish reformation.
Peter Martyr Vermigli - martry Italian Reformer
Marthin Luther - in 1517 and posted Ninety-Five theses on a church door in Germany enumerating various critiques of the Catholic Church, notably those concerning indulgences.
John Calvin - (1509-1564) is French theologian notably known for his theory of predestination, and credited to have founded a theocracy in Geneva, Switzerland.
John Foxe - (1516 -1587) is widely known for his book titled The Book of Martyrs, which gives an account of various individuals who suffered for the cause of Protestantism. He is otherwise known as a Preacher.
Patrick Hamilton - popularly known as a first preacher and considered as a martyr of the Scottish reformation.
Peter Martyr Vermigli ( 1499 – 1562) - known for his Eucharist doctrines, is an Italian religious reformer. His early work, influenced many Italians to convert in accordance to his doctrines.