Martin Luther King vs. Jonathan Swift: Process Analysis
Martin Luther King jr. and Jonathan Swift, both persuasive writers and speakers, write for a very similar purpose; they wish to 'free the oppressed.' It is interesting that they induce their audience in practically opposite ways. King condemns the oppressors, spreading the message of hope to the oppressed while Swift uses more of the reverse psychology approach.
In Kings 'I have a dream' speech, because of his diverse audience, he sends out somewhat of a mixed tone. He firmly rebukes those who would treat others unfairly while encouraging and uplifting those who would stand for justice.…
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