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The American Idea as Expounded by American Statesmen

comp. by Joseph B. Gilder; introduction by Andrew Carnegie
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
New York, Dodd, Mead & company, 1902.
Language
English
Contents
  • The declaration of independence
  • The articles of confederation.
  • The Constitution of the United States.
  • Washington's inaugurals.
  • Washington's farewell address.
  • The Monroe doctrine.
  • Lincoln's Cooper institute speech.
  • Lincoln's inaugurals.
  • The proclamation of emancipation. --Lincoln's Gettysburg speech.
  • Webster's Bunker Hill speech.
  • Lowell on democracy.
  • Cleveland on the self-made man.
  • Roosevelt on national duties.
  • McKinley's last speech.
  • Hoar on free speech.
  • Hay on our recent diplomacy.
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311 p. 20 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
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