In terms of delivery, Robert F. Kennedy's speech differs from John F. Kennedy's inaugural address because their purpose/motivation behind the speeches are different. John's speech was given to establish credibility and ensure America that he would be a worthy president. On the other hand, Robert's speech was given to commemorate the passing of Martin Luther King Jr., the basis of that specific speech was to convey beliefs of equality and love regarding race.
Kennedy's Inaugural is viewed as one of the best at any point conveyed by an American president. The speech delivered qualities of authenticity, optimism, chronicled reference, and quality, While Robert discourse was about bigotry about the black and whites, how we should love one another and not despise each other on account of our skin shading we ought to join not fight.
Kennedy's Inaugural is considered one of the finest ever delivered by an American president. Many political historians concur that the speech delivered characteristics of realism, idealism, historical reference, and strength, While Robert speech was about racism about the black and whites, how we should love each other and not hate each other because of our skin color we should unite not fight.