Bitzer- Sarah Hoit

Exigence- Robert Kennedy first starts off his speech informing the people of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. He later goes on about keeping peace, and going forward with our country by accepting the different races of our nation and joining together instead of living in hate. He tries to explain that not only are the blacks upset about this tragedy but as well as the whites.

Audience- I feel that Kennedy does not want the audience to lash out with anger, but to keep moving forward as a country. His speech is to inspire to make our country more peaceful as what Martin Luther King Jr. was trying to do.

Constraints- The constraints is the tension between blacks and whites. That both races need to work together to help make the country a better, peaceful place.

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