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American Rhetorical Discourse

ISBN-10: 1577663675
ISBN-13: 9781577663676
Edition: 3rd 2005
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List price: $56.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Waveland Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/1/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 877
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.948
Language: English

A model of Christian charity
A brief recognition of New-England[']s errand into the wilderness
Abraham's offering up his son Isaac
Sinners in the hands of an angry god
Excerpt from Joy and salvation by Christ; his arm displayed in the Protestant cause (peace of 1763)
Letter II in letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania to the inhabitants of the British colonies
Boston Massacre oration - March 5, 1774
Liberty or death
Excerpt from Common sense
To the people of Pennsylvania, excerpt from letter III
Censure of John Pigg
Opening speech at the constitutional convention
Exchange at the constitutional convention regarding a proposed second convention
Closing speech at the constitutional convention
Exchange at the Virginia ratifying convention
First State of the Union address
Excerpts from Memoranda on the constitutionality of the National Bank
Farewell address
First inaugural address
The role of government in internal improvement
The protective tariff : excerpt from The American system and excerpts from South Carolina exposition and Protest (original draft)
Bunker Hill monument address
Speech at Fort Meigs
Campaigning in madison county (1823) and comments on King Andrew
Tormented by mockers
Debate before the Choctaw and Chickasaw council
Farewell to Black Hawk
The evils of intemperance
To the public
Excerpt from Abolition of negro slavery
Declaration of sentiments
Pastoral letter and response to the pastoral letter
The murder of Lovejoy
Declaration of sentiments
What to the slave is the Fourth of July? : excerpt from an Oration, at Rochester, July 5, 1852
Webster-Hayne debate on Foot's resolution
Excerpts from Senate speeches on the compromise of 1850
House divided
Excerpts from The Lincoln-Douglas debate at Freeport
Excerpt from The character of Washington
Cooper union address
First inaugural address
First inaugural address
Gettysburg Address
Second inaugural address
Congressional debate over reconstruction policy
Senate speech introducing and excerpts from The Senate debate on the Fifteenth aAmendment
The new south
Excerpt from Oration on the life, character and public service of the Hon. John C. Calhoun
Cotton states exposition address
Or Mr. Booker T. Washington and others
Acres of diamonds
Standard Oil and foreign missions
The forgotten man (abridged)
Old-time political speeches
Populist songs : "the independent man" and "good-bye, my party, good-bye"
Cross of gold
The man with the muck rake
First inaugural address
Speech to the Order of the Knights of Labor
The labor question
Working class politics
At a public meeting in Charleston
Petition to Congress for woman suffrage
Call for the anniversary convention of the American Equal Rights Association
Speech to the anniversary convention of the American Equal Rights Association
Excerpts from Is it a crime for a citizen of the United States to vote?
Testimony to the select committee on woman suffrage : United States Senate, March 7, 1884
The solitude of self
The crisis (abridged)
American empire : the march of the flag (abridged)
American empire : acceptance speech, 1900 (abridged)
War message
The League of Nations debate
The arsenal of democracy
America's present emergency
War message
Progressive government
First inaugural address
Fireside chat on banking
A time for choosing
First inaugural address
An iron curtain has descended (abridged)
The threat of a red Asia
Inaugural address
How to save lives and political face in Vietnam
Speech to the National Association of Evangelicals (the "evil empire" speech)
Address to a joint session of Congress and the American people
Senate speech on free speech in wartime (abridged)
A moral necessity for birth control
Speech to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association
I have a dream
Separation vs. integration : a debate
Testimony before Senate hearings on the Equal Rights Amendment, May 6, 1970
Excerpts from Testimony before the House of Representatives on the Equal Rights Amendment, October 20, 1983

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