Analysis of an Obama Speech


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English 123
25 March 2011
Analysis of an Obama Speech
The speech given on December 1, 2009 by President Barack Obama to West Point cadets was full of solid arguments and sound logic. This perspective of the speech finds both similarities and differences to the analysis of this speech posited by Rory Stewart in his article “Afghanistan: What Could Work.” Stewart stated that Obama’s central—and revolutionary—claim is that our responsibility, our means, and our interests are finite in Afghanistan. Obama stated multiple analyses pertaining to the mission in Afghanistan. Among other claims, Obama stated in his speech that after September 11, 2001, that America, our allies and the...
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