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Part I: Testing the Strength of Supporting Materials
On September 20, 2001 George W. Bush gave his State of Union Address to a Joint Session of Congress. On the surface, the speech is an annual one given by the President of the United States to report on the state of the union. Generally the purpose of this speech is to report on the economic conditions of the country and to outline key accomplishments of the current presidential administration. However, as Bush says in his speech, this state of the union, no report is needed because “it has already been delivered by the American people (Bush 2001). In the 2001 State of the Union (SOTU) Bush constructs a narrative to respond to Al-Qaeda’s terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001 in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania, nine days earlier....
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