The Speeches Of Ronald Reagan chronicles his thirty-year-long public conversation with the American people. Included are thirty-five speeches that cover what Reagan had to say about freedom, terrorism, the Beirut bombing, the Iran-Contra controversy, the "Evil Empire", the "Star Wars" initiative, the fortieth anniversary of D-Day, the Challenger disaster, and drug abuse.

Also included is his touching "Long Goodbye" to the American people.

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John F. Kennedy: Word for Word is a representative selection of thirty speeches by President John F. Kennedy, looking back on his life and times, not in the words of others, but in his own. Fifty years after his assassination, his message still resonates.

In John F. Kennedy: Word for Word you will find the Acceptance Speech, the Presidential Debates, the Inaugural Address, the Berlin Wall, the Space Race, the Cuban Missile Crisis. In addition, read Kennedy's words on the State of the Union, the United Nations, Berlin, Cuba, Vietnam, civil rights, and nuclear war.

Finally, read the Ungiven Speech scheduled in Dallas on November 22, 1963.

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The Speeches of Abraham Lincoln is an anthology of twenty memorable speeches and two famous letters from the life of our sixteenth president tells the history of the country's most turbulent time.

 

This title includes the perpetuation of our political institutions, the injustice of slavery, the Dred Scott decision, a house divided against itself, the second Lincoln-Douglas debate, the Cooper Institute address, the farewell address at Springfield, the first Inaugural Address, the fate of the United States, the State of the Union in 1861, a letter to Horace Greeley, the State of the Union in 1862, the Emancipation Proclamation, the Gettysburg Address, the State of the Union in 1863, and When Will This War End?

 

Also included are a day of thanksgiving, the election of 1864, a letter to Mrs. Bixby, the State of the Union in 1864, the second Inaugural Address, and the last speech.

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