Choose a legislator on the state or federal level who is also a nurse and discuss the importance of the legislator/nurse’s role as advocate for improving health care delivery. What specific bills has the legislator/nurse sponsored or supported that have influenced health care.
solutely respects himself and, because he does so, respects the rights of others—the neighbor who respects his obligations and respects the sanctity of his agreements in and with a world of neighbors.” Roosevelt repeated the word “neighbor” four times and the word “respect” four times to emphasize an important point using repetition, a rhetorical strategy. Even though some foreign countries were economic competitors, they were to be respected and treated like friendly neighbors. Roosevelt was appealing to the audience’s sense of community. He extended this concept of community by emphasizing that America was part of a global community. Roosevelt used repetition in his address to call forth courage and encourage a sense of community from his audience. In his first inaugural address, Franklin D. Roosevelt evoked hope, trust, and a sense of community by using diction, parallelism, and repetition. With the efficient use of these literary devices, this speech stayed in people’s minds and gave people hope and confidence that they will be able to survive the Great Depression. As a supporter of the democratic government party, he spent most of his term guiding the government to help people achieve more economic prosperity. His first inauguration speech was just one of his many influential addresses, and his subsequent achievements continued to give people hope.>GET ANSWER