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  • Give Me Liberty, or Give Me Death | Patrick Henry

    Give Me Liberty, or Give Me Death

    • UNABRIDGED (8 mins)
    • By Patrick Henry
    • Narrated By Peter Jahns
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    The most famous speech of a brilliant American orator. Although historically targeted at the British, his impassioned words resonate against todays headlines. A classic worth owning! This speech was delivered at the Second Virginia Convention, which was being held at Richmond, Virginia. Other convention members had just given speeches urging caution and patience until the British crown replied to the Continental Congress' latest petition for reconciliation.

  • Hints for Lovers | Arnold Haultain

    Hints for Lovers

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Arnold Haultain
    • Narrated By Peter Jahns, Robert Mansell
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    This is a whimsical Edwardian handbook of short observations, to help navigate that peculiar emotion called LOVE. The perfect engagement gift! Hear how things have changed in 100 years...or have they?

  • The Planet Mars and Its Inhabitants | Eros Urides

    The Planet Mars and Its Inhabitants

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 27 mins)
    • By Eros Urides
    • Narrated By Peter Jahns
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    Dictated through the mediumship of J. L. Kennon, Eros Urides describes his beautiful Martian homeworld where loving Martians, living the Christ-Life, enjoy a perfect utopian socialist society. Earth is becoming a menace to neighboring planets. The Martians are concerned. But rather than send invading fleets of heat-ray wielding giant tripods, the Martians want to help.

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