Thursday, February 18, 2016

What Good Men Living In Troubled Times Should Do..

We looks at the elements that made Ronald Reagan's speeches powerful; Joe Pearce asks whether evil will destroy itself in the end.

Remembering the Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan

by Lee Edwards

Ronald Reagan believed that a good speech must be truthful. It must not pander, nor give in to fear. It must take into account the audience’s mood, and
guide their passions and imagination

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