Rhetorical Analysis Of Hua Hsu 's The End Of White America

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Rhetorical Analysis of Hua Hsu’s “The End of White America?”
Hua Hsu’s “The End of White America?” is an article written about the falling of white America. The author talks how being white is not all it is cracked up to be anymore and that white supremacy is soon to be a thing of the past while sharing a glass of wine with his friends. People went from wanting to be assimilate with the white culture to blend in to slowly not caring anymore and throwing their culture into whites faces. Being white was the thing to be and not it is not, plain and simple. It had become more like a trend that just goes away. The author did in away get his point across, but in the end took it all back with the last paragraph. Throughout his essay. The author approaches each rhetorical appeal. The main appeal he approaches is a logical approach, although there are few other instances where he brought in emotion and how is credible to his claim in this essay.
“According to an August 2008 report by the U.S. Census Bureau, those groups currently categorized as racial minorities—blacks and Hispanics, East Asians and South Asians—will account for a majority of the U.S. population by the year 2042” This quote appeals to the logic appeal because it provides statistical data about the future of America. Also in his writing Hua uses a quote from Bill Clinton during his presidency, in 1998, talking about how there will be no such thing as a majority race in America, starting in some of our

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