Patrick Henry did a good job, and at the height of his speech, he convinces the House of Burgesses that the war needs to be fought.
The first thing Henry did when giving his speech was he complimented his opponents, in order to gain their respect and trust.
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Henry justifies the cause for his speech, using a false dilemma to make the audience believe that there is only two options, when in fact, there are many more.
The two options he gives them are freedom, and slavery.
Henry then goes on and makes a reference to God and to America, as a way to connect to his audience.
He makes the statement that he should not be held accountable for treason toward his country, for if he didn't debate this issue, he would be committing an act of disloyalty to the others in similar positions to him.
1775 was a time of political upheaval in the British Colonies of America, it was a period steeped in political debate.
Such Patriots as Patrick Henry shook the nation with their powerful oratories.