Great Americans Speak: Short Speeches that Have Shaped Our Destiny
Frederick Clifton Packard
C. Scribner's Sons, 1948 - Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 134 pages
American liberty, by Patrick Henry.--The Federal Constitution by Alexander Hamilton.--Inaugural address, by George Hamilton.--First inaugural address, by Thomas Jefferson.--On the murder of Lovejoy, by Wendell Phillips.--Gettysburg address, by Abraham Lincoln.--Second inaugural address, by Abraham Lincoln.--The plumed knight, by R.G. Ingersoll.--The puritan principle liberty under the law, by G.W. Curtis.--Nomination of U.S. Grant, by Roscoe Conkling.--The new South, by H.W. Grady.--Address at the opening of the Atlanta Exposition, by B.T. Washington.--International peace, by Theodore Roosevelt.--War message to Congress, by Woodrow Wilson.--War message to Congress, by F.D. Roosevelt.--Our Bill ofRights, by F.D. Roosevelt.--The Declaration of Independence.--The Constitution of the United States.--The amendments to the Constitution.
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