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American History through Its Greatest Speeches [3 volumes]: A Documentary History of the United States


On Sale Now! Free Shipping Included! Save 6% on the American History through Its Greatest Speeches [3 volumes]: A Documentary History of the United States by Girard Jolyon P at Jen Blood. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. What did America's greatest orators say regarding significant issues and concerns throughout United States history? This three-volume set examines


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What did America's greatest orators say regarding significant issues and concerns throughout United States history? This three-volume set examines hundreds of the most historically significant speeches from colonial times to the modern era, allowing readers to consider exactly what the speakers said―and to better understand the motivations behind each speech as well as the effect on the audiences that heard them.


• Presents chronologically arranged entries that provide a documentary view of American history through the speeches that have shaped the United States

• Includes background material that gives students primary texts to work with and helps them develop their critical reading, thinking, and writing skills

• Supplies extensive background information that places each speech in its historical context

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Manufacturer:ABC-CLIO
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Item Size:3.75 x 11 x 11 inches
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