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My Fellow Americans

Author: James C. Humes
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275935078
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The presidency, in Theodore Roosevelt's famous words, is a "Bully Pulpit." Humes, a former White House speechwriter, here gives us a unique perspective on presidential speech writing. No other book has examined the major presidential addresses--their construction and their impact--as history, and no one has studied the presidency from this vantage point. This is a vital study of American political history seen through the prism of selected presidential addresses. It reveals how presidents used major addresses to give a theme for their administration, to introduce history-making legislation or programs, or to rally a majority of the nation behind their policies.

My Fellow Americans

Author: Michael Waldman
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1402243677
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Presents the texts of forty-five speeches from American presidents, along with an audio disc of recordings of some of the speeches.

My Fellow Americans

Author: George Washington
Publisher: Red & Black Pub
ISBN: 9781934941607
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Complete inaugural addresses of all the American Presidents. "With malice toward none, with charity for all." -- Lincoln "The only thing we have to fear is -- fear itself." -- Roosevelt "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." -- Kennedy

President S Speech

Author: C. Edwin Vilade
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762790245
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A readable analysis of 25 momentous presidential speeches that provides context and understanding of events and history, illustrated with facsimiles of supporting documents, notes, and drafts that together formed the final speech. The book examines the pivotal, often familiar, and potent speeches and addresses of dozens of U.S. presidents to reveal the varied and often conflicting points of view that shaped the final famous words. We see in many examples, the actual edited final speech, showing how remarkable and forceful language was crafted, sometimes last minute, into the enduring words made famous by their timing.

Lend Me Your Ears

Author: William Safire
Publisher: Rosetta Books
ISBN: 0795336594
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From a Pulitzer Prize–winning author, this collection of speeches is “the most valuable kind of book, the kind that benefits mind and heart” (Peggy Noonan). This third edition of the bestselling collection of classic and modern oratory offers numerous examples of the greatest speeches ever delivered—from the ancient world to the modern. Speeches in this edition span a broad stretch of history, from General George Patton inspiring Allied troops on the eve of D-Day to Pericles’ impassioned eulogy for fallen Greek soldiers during the Peloponnesian War; and from Jesus of Nazareth’s greatest sermons to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s fiery speech in response to the Bush vs. Gore decision that changed the landscape of American politics in our time. Editor William Safire has collected a diverse range of speeches from both ancient and modern times, from people of many different backgrounds and political affiliations, and from people on both sides of history’s greatest battles and events. This book provides a wealth of valuable examples of great oratory for writers, speakers, and history aficionados.

My Fellow Americans

Author: David C. Scott
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780985909703
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My Fellow Americans reveals the many fascinating scouting stories behind each U.S. president's association with the Boy Scouts of America—from Theodore Roosevelt through Barack H. Obama. And it details each chief executive's important contributions towards the building of the American scouting movement as the country traveled a path toward historic national inclusionary domestic policies.

The Restless Wave

Author: John McCain
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501178016
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In this candid new political memoir from Senator John McCain, an American hero reflects on his life—and what matters most. “I don’t know how much longer I’ll be here. Maybe I’ll have another five years. Maybe, with the advances in oncology, they’ll find new treatments for my cancer that will extend my life. Maybe I’ll be gone before you read this. My predicament is, well, rather unpredictable. But I’m prepared for either contingency, or at least I’m getting prepared. I have some things I’d like to take care of first, some work that needs finishing, and some people I need to see. And I want to talk to my fellow Americans a little more if I may.” So writes John McCain in this inspiring, moving, frank, and deeply personal memoir. Written while confronting a mortal illness, McCain looks back with appreciation on his years in the Senate, his historic 2008 campaign for the presidency against Barack Obama, and his crusades on behalf of democracy and human rights in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Always the fighter, McCain attacks the “spurious nationalism” and political polarization afflicting American policy. He makes an impassioned case for democratic internationalism and bi-partisanship. He tells stories of his most satisfying moments of public service, including his work with another giant of the Senate, Edward M. Kennedy. Senator McCain recalls his disagreements with several presidents, and minces no words in his objections to some of President Trump’s statements and policies. At the same time, he offers a positive vision of America that looks beyond the Trump presidency. The Restless Wave is John McCain at his best.

Presidents And Their Pens

Author: James C. Humes
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0761867287
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Confidant and wordsmith to five presidents, noted historian and language professor James Humes tells how and why presidential speeches have marked milestones in our nation’s history, from Washington through Obama. Presenting stories of both greatness and of tragically unfulfilled promise, this book also features an introduction by Julie Nixon Eisenhower.

The Complete Book Of Presidential Inaugural Speeches 2013 Edition

Author: George Washington
Publisher: Gray Rabbit Publications
ISBN: 9781617207426
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Every four years, the United States elects a President. And every four years, that President makes a speech, outlining his goals and plans for the coming term. Presidential inaugurations are Constitutionally mandated. Inaugural speeches, however, are just a tradition, but an enduring tradition. The tradition of inaugural speeches began with George Washington speaking to a joint session of Congress in the Senate Chamber of Federal Hall in New York City. It has continued all the way up to Barack Obama's speeches on the West Front of the Capitol to crowds that overflowed the National Mall. Presidential historian Ian Randal Strock has compiled every one of the 58 Presidential inaugural addresses into this volume. Also included are descriptions of the elections that brought those Presidents to office, as well as information on the various inaugural ceremonies. This edition is updated to include every inaugural speech through Barack Obama's second inaugural in January 2013.

The Inaugural Addresses Of Twentieth Century American Presidents

Author: Halford Ross Ryan
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 027594039X
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These essays explore how presidents have used their addresses to empower themselves in office. Since scholars agree that the rhetorical presidency arose in the 20th century with Theodore Roosevelt, the book commences with Roosevelt's address, followed by all subsequent presidents' inaugurals.