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One of the hallmarks of Barack Obama s powerful oration is his outstanding use of juxtaposition. Through juxtaposition, Obama places opposing ideas side by side, allowing him to crystallize key points about the ideas or concepts by comparing or contrasting them. When contrasting the ideas, Obama frequently uses antithesis, a technique that places two ideas side by side in a sentence or paragraph, often using balance or parallel structures. Antithesis enables a speaker to present counter propositions, clarifying differences in ideas and contrasting opposite ideas or beliefs. There are many examples of antithesis in famous American speeches:
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[We] observe today not a victory of party, but a celebration of freedom symbolizing an end as well as a beginning signifying renewal as well as change. John F. Kennedy s inaugural address, January 20, 1961 Obama uses antithesis to great effect in his public remarks. In some instances, the comparisons are succinct simple statements that make profound points. For example, Obama commented after the final primary night in St. Paul, Minnesota, on June 3, 2008: We must be as careful getting out of Iraq as we were careless getting in . . . During his remarks on the final primary night in Minnesota, he also stated: [T]he chance to get a college education should not be a privilege for the wealthy few, but the birthright of every American. That s the change we need in America. That s why I m running for president. During his comments in his speech, Our Kids, Our Future, in November 2007, Obama noted: And so while I know hopelessness, I also know hope. These are examples of succinct uses of antithesis that bring clarity to thought and aid persuasion. Obama is also highly
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skilled in using a longer antithesis/contrast structure to extend his clarification of ideas. In his remarks following his historic win of the Iowa caucus in January 2008, Obama said: But we always knew that hope is not blind optimism. It s not ignoring the enormity of the task ahead or the roadblocks that stand in our path. It s not sitting on the sidelines or shirking from a fight. Hope is that thing inside us that insists, despite all evidence to the contrary, that something better awaits us if we have the courage to reach for it, and to work for it, and to fight for it. Below, Obama juxtaposes ideas in succession in order to clarify the character of the Democratic party: Our party the Democratic party has always been at its best when we ve led not by polls, but by principle; not by calculation, but by conviction; when we ve called all Americans to a common purpose a higher purpose.2 Obama draws on many additional variations of juxtaposition/antithesis. Their net effect is to sharpen the persuasive power of his remarks. Let s delve into some of his key practices.
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At times Obama combines juxtaposition with other rhetorical techniques such as triadic extension to bring precision to his contrast of ideas. During his announcement for president in Springfield, Illinois, on February 10, 2007, for example, he blended
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juxtaposition with triadic extension to compare what Americans face and what they desire: It s humbling, but in my heart I know you didn t come here just for me. You came here because you believe in what this country can be. In the face of war, you believe there can be peace. In the face of despair, you believe there can be hope. In the face of a politics that s shut you out, that s told you to settle, that s divided us for too long, you believe we can be one people, reaching for what s possible, building that more perfect union.
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