You will use MLA format. The name of the speech and speaker will be the title. S

You will use MLA format. The name of the speech and speaker will be the title. See the attached webpage for MLA formatting requirements. Pay close attention to citations; you will use at least one and you need to be sure it’s cited correctly. Remember, rephrasing someone else’s work is still plagiarism. You need to cite it.
Content Requirements:
Two paragraphs on the history and context of the speech.
What prompted the person to speak on this issue?
What is the issue?
Once paragraph discussing the audience of the speech.
Where was it delivered and who were they talking to?
What’s important about this particular audience?
One paragraph describing the style of the speech.
Is it demanding? An appeal?
Look at the “20 Techniques of Persuasive Language” board in my room. See any techniques your speaker used?
One paragraph on the effectiveness of the speech. Try to give the historical reception of the speech. This paragraph should also serve as a conclusion to your paper.
Did it start or end a war?
Did it spark protests?
Did people even like it?
You may give your opinion as well.

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