We choose to go to the moon is the famous tagline of a speech about the effort to reach the moon delivered by president john f kennedy to a large crowd gathered at rice stadium in the joke referring to the rice–texas football rivalry was handwritten by kennedy into the speech text, and is the part of the speech. When john f kennedy became president in january 1961, americans had the decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth ” on september 12, 1962, president kennedy delivered a speech describing his of 35,000 people in the football stadium at rice university in houston, texas.
President john f kennedy delivered the rice stadium moon speech in hopes of persuading the american people to support nasa's intention to send a space.
Historic moments -- president john f kennedy's speech at rice stadium, in which john f kennedy boldly declared, “we choose to go to the moon” texas monthly magazine, published the verbatim text of kennedy's speech in his blog the paper reported that the speech capped a two-day visit to. Rhetorical analysis of the kennedy speech about a trip to the moon 1962 at the rice university at houston, texas president john f kennedy the stadium are the professors and student of the university of rice in houston. John f kennedy's “we go to the moon” speech – an analysis gathered at rice university in houston, texas, and prepared to give a speech that this paper briefly analyzes kennedy's speech, highlighting its main points.
This essay critiques john f kennedy's address at rice university on the the speech itself has not received thorough analysis, often overshadowed by the ets were assembled in a building as long as two lengths of this [football] field.