Competing with the System Itself
My argument in this article is about the educational system itself... the one school boards and student bodies should work together to fix.
Friday, September 2, 2011(3 comments)
How the Youth Culture of the 1920s Reinvigorated America
Following the destruction caused by World War I, it became obvious that the United States needed to rebuild itself. Many long-held pre-war values and customs seemed irrelevant now. Because of this, the youth of America began rebelling against many of the norms of their parents' generation as they strove to create something uniquely their own. Eventually, this new youth culture became the focus of a national obsession.
Monday, July 11, 2011(3 comments)
Letter from Birmingham Jail: Constructing the Optimal Argument
The ability to write a powerful persuasive piece results from total awareness of available rhetorical devices. Martin Luther King, Jr. demonstrated that he could effectively wield the sword of rhetoric in his famous "Letter from Birmingham Jail." This article explores how he did it and what he said.