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Barack Obama Yes We Can Speech Analysis

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Analysis of Barack Obama's "Yes We Can" Speech to Nashua, New Hampshire (January, 2008)

Barack Obama's "Yes We Can" speech presented in Nashua, New Hampshire on the 8th of January 2008 is a defining moment in his career due to its implications to Obama's presidential campaign. The speech was presented in the Nashua South High School Gym on the night of the New Hampshire primary, where Obama lost marginally to Hilary Clinton. The audience of the speech is the people in the high school gym, but the target audience is the whole of America, as the speech was televised and available to Americans. In this speech, Obama aims to persuade people to vote for him when election time comes around ... imagined that we'd have accomplished what we did here tonight." This attracts the attention of the audience because he uses the inclusive pronoun, "...

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