Project #15892 - Help Needed - Analysis and ethos, pathos or logos

Please read the attached  "A Call to Unity" and Martin Luther King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail."   The kairos here is the start of the Civil Rights movement.  It's 1963 in Birmingham, Alabama.  King and his allies have come to Birmingham to help try to change the Jim Crow laws that discriminated against black people. This is the South in 1963; most people devout Christians. The clergyman who write "A Call to Unity" are all white, and, therefore, have never suffered the injustices of racial discrimination. Respond to the following questions (2 pages long):

What is the main appeal the clergyman are using?  Is it primarily ethos, pathos or logos?  King's letter is directed to the clergyman, but his letter is being published in a newspaper that a mass audience will read.  Who is King's intended audience?  Is there more than one segment?  In King's letter, how does he build ethos in the opening few paragraphs of his letter; in other words, how does he build up his credibility so that his target audience will listen to what he has to say? In paragraph 14, King writes a long paragraph on the subject of blacks being patient.  What is different about the writing in paragraph 14 that is different from the other paragraphs?  Try to name at least 5 or 6 key differences.   What is the main appeal being used here?  Get into specifics.  How is it being used?  What is the effect he wants the paragraph to have on his intended audience?  Why?

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/02/2013 05:00 pm
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