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What specific aspects of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Had A Dream" speech make it highly persuasive?

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    What makes it persuasive to you?

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    The tone of his speech makes it so.

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    Do you agree?

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    You need to be more specific. Which words and phrases set this tone? How would you describe this tone?

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