The goals he set for his people were of independence, desegregation, and to have their freedom.
By setting these goals it shows that King is a great leader.
The immediate community and conversation for the speech was the ongoing Civil Rights Movement that had gained particular momentum with the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott, which Dr. Certainly, people listening to his speech for the first time today in America are experiencing a different mix of cultural attitudes toward race than as present in America in 1963. King’s speech is an example of a rhetorical situation that is much bigger than its initial text and audience.
Not many rhetorical situations are as far reaching in scope as Dr. The following example of a research paper may be more identifiable to students reading this resource.
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He gained inspiration from Howard Thurman and Mahatma Gandhi, and he drew extensively from a deep, rich cultural tradition of African-American Christian spiritualism.
Audience The audiences for “I Have a Dream” are extraordinarily varied. King also overtly appealed to lawmakers and citizens everywhere in America at the time of his speech.
I feel you have to set goals to accomplish your task.
By him setting these goals everyone is on the same track, and the people are looking to achieve the same goals and dreams.