In a world where privilege seems to be on the rise, McCullough tries to open the crowd's eyes to the simple reality of life in his commencement address, "You're Not Special."
McCullough proves his concept by using this pivotal life event, high school graduation. that everyone is equal in value, regardless of circumstance.
The similarities and comparisons to past national events and real-life examples make us question how they see themselves in relation to the rest of the world.
McCullough's style and use of rhetoric, logos, ethos, and pathos, as well as his willingness to paint an image in the audience's mind that no one is genuinely more special than There are several examples of figures and evidence in the speech to prove the validity of his idea for those naysayers.