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  • William Henry Harrison's Inaugural Address: His Last Address | William Henry Harrison

    William Henry Harrison's Inaugural Address: His Last Address

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 2 mins)
    • By William Henry Harrison
    • Narrated By John Greenman
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    Harrison's Inaugural address was also his last, coming just weeks before he succumbed to pneumonia. In it he memorializes America's special place in the world while describing how its management by Congress and the government can solve existing problems.

  • First Inaugural Address (January 20, 1981) | Ronald Reagan

    First Inaugural Address (January 20, 1981)

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    • By Ronald Reagan
    • Narrated By Ronald Reagan
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    President Ronald Reagan, one of the most effective public speakers in presidential history, was known as "The Great Communicator". This is his first inaugural address on January 20, 1981.

  • Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address | Abraham Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address

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    • By Abraham Lincoln
    • Narrated By Dion Graham
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    Abraham Lincoln delivered his second inaugural address on March 4, 1865, during his second inauguration as president of the United States. At a time when victory over the secessionists in the American Civil War was within days and slavery was near an end, Lincoln spoke of sadness. A mere 703 words, Lincoln's speech did not offer the North a victory speech, nor did he excoriate the South for the sin of slavery. Instead, he called on the entire country's guilt for the bloody war and argued for reconciliation and unity.

  • Historic Voices X: The US Presidents Inaugural Addresses | Various Artists

    Historic Voices X: The US Presidents Inaugural Addresses

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    • By Various Artists
    • Narrated By Theodore Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and others
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    The inaugural addresses of Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy & Nixon.

  • First Inaugural Address (March 4, 1933) | Franklin D. Roosevelt

    First Inaugural Address (March 4, 1933)

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    • By Franklin D. Roosevelt
    • Narrated By Franklin D. Roosevelt
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    Franklin D. Roosevelt, commonly known as FDR, served as the 32nd president of the United States. He was a compelling orator who inspired millions with his "fireside" radio speeches during the Great Depression of the 1930s and his wartime addresses to the nation in the 1940s.

  • Abraham Lincoln's Two Inaugural Addresses | Abraham Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln's Two Inaugural Addresses

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    • By Abraham Lincoln
    • Narrated By John Greenman
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    Lincoln's first Inaugural Address was delivered on March 4th, 1861, as the North and South were sliding toward separation and Civil War. In it, Lincoln warns the nation of the consequences of the secession of the Southern States and, in an effort to avert secession, claims that his administration plans no changes regarding slavery. His second Inaugural Address, given just weeks before his assassination, was also delivered on March 4 but four years later, in 1865.

  • Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address: The History and Legacy of America's Most Famous Inaugural Address | Charles River Editors

    Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address: The History and Legacy of America's Most Famous Inaugural Address

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    • Narrated By Heather Masters
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    When Abraham Lincoln decisively won reelection in 1864, he began working speedily toward finishing the war and figuring out its aftermath. With this clear mandate for governing, the Republicans in the House, with Lincoln's support, approved of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which banned slavery in all territories and states. In addition to the 13th Amendment, the future 14th and 15th Amendments to the Constitution were being discussed to protect minorities as well.

  • Fourth Inaugural Address (January 20, 1945) | Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Fourth Inaugural Address (January 20, 1945)

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    • By Franklin D. Roosevelt
    • Narrated By Franklin D. Roosevelt
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    Franklin D. Roosevelt, commonly known as FDR, served as the 32nd president of the United States. He was a compelling orator who inspired millions with his "fireside" radio speeches during the Great Depression of the 1930s and his wartime addresses to the nation in the 1940s.

  • Second Inaugural Address (January 20, 1937) | Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Second Inaugural Address (January 20, 1937)

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    • By Franklin D. Roosevelt
    • Narrated By Franklin D. Roosevelt
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    Franklin D. Roosevelt, commonly known as FDR, served as the 32nd president of the United States. He was a compelling orator who inspired millions with his "fireside" radio speeches during the Great Depression of the 1930s and his wartime addresses to the nation in the 1940s.

  • Second Inaugural Address (January 21, 1985) | Ronald Reagan

    Second Inaugural Address (January 21, 1985)

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    • By Ronald Reagan
    • Narrated By Ronald Reagan
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    President Ronald Reagan, one of the most effective public speakers in presidential history, was known as "The Great Communicator". This is his second inaugural address on January 21, 1985.

  • Third Inaugural Address (January 20, 1941) | Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Third Inaugural Address (January 20, 1941)

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    • By Franklin D. Roosevelt
    • Narrated By Franklin D. Roosevelt
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    Franklin D. Roosevelt, commonly known as FDR, served as the 32nd president of the United States. He was a compelling orator who inspired millions with his "fireside" radio speeches during the Great Depression of the 1930s and his wartime addresses to the nation in the 1940s.

  • We Hold These Truths to Be Self-Evident: Four Masterpieces That Define Our Nation |

    We Hold These Truths to Be Self-Evident: Four Masterpieces That Define Our Nation

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    • Narrated By Max McLean
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    These four inestimable works of rhetoric are meant to strengthen our understanding of what it means to be an American, and why the American political soul is so drawn to Divine Inspiration. Within these four great pronouncements of American conviction is the belief that while all people are equal, we are equal under God.

    Betsy Heilmann says: "American Pride"
  • Barack Obama Inaugural Address (1/20/09) | Barack Obama

    Barack Obama Inaugural Address (1/20/09)

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    • By Barack Obama
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    After being sworn in as the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama delivers his inaugural address on January 20, 2009, in Washington, D.C.

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  • AudibleProops 55: Beating Around the Bush | Greg Proops

    AudibleProops 55: Beating Around the Bush

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    • By Greg Proops
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    Hey there, ocelots of the winter tide! Be proud and brave, like a crazed eagle on methamphetamine, as you are entering an All Spin Zone. Journalism? More like stenography, if you ask Proops. "CBS: Bringing you the best in stenography. Whatever the government says, you can be sure we'll copy it down word for word. Go back to sleep."

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