The Freedom Act

Abdul Ahad
Professor Levy Valerie

The Freedom Act

The most courageous act is to think for yourself, to find your self-freedom. True freedom is always your spiritual self, where one cannot be chained or be enslaved. Thomas Jefferson one of the credible founding fathers of the United States and the writer of "The Declaration of Independence. He was known as a man of a great ideology and from the age of enlightenment, who was a great writer and believed in freedom. The Declaration of Independence talks about the Declaration of rights, grievances, and the resolution of Independence of United States. The Declaration of Independence was written with the purpose of separating ...

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George, and with the use of repetition Thomas Jefferson makes a strong argument on having a separate colony.

The author use of emotions can be seen through words Jefferson uses to show King wrongdoings toward colonies. He appeals his emotions through his words. For example, the author states, "He has plundered our seas, ravaged our coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives of our people" (33). All these words the author use shows strong resentful emotions; to create King negative impact on people of the colonies. I think Jefferson purpose was to compare the King with the pirates cause King actions were of same as pirates who ravaged, burn, plunder, and destroy; thus appealing to fear. Many of his emotional appeals are to call from the sense of empathy from the Great Britain King actions and also to set up a sense of great frustration and resentment from the King dictatorship toward the colonies. Many of the emotional appeals the author uses are considered persuasive in ...

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