Mario Cuomo’s 1984 Speech To Democratic Convention
Analyzes the reasons for the rhetorical success of the address attacking President Reagan.
Mario Cuomo delivered his Keynote Address at the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, California on July 17, 1984. Cuomo was Governor of New York at the time and a leading figure in the Democratic party. The keynote address at a political convention is the primary tone-setting speech delivered to the delegates, and the person selected to make this speech receives considerable attention from the media and has a position in prime television time when delivering the speech. Evidence of this is seen in Cuomo’s career, for after giving this address, he was highly touted as a presidential candidate for 1988 and 1992, though he did not choose to run (Hughes no page number electronic news service). Osborn and Osborn refer to the social benefits of public speaking and could be referring to the sort of speech delivered by Cuomo…
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