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41.

Great Speeches: Volume 7 Lech Walesa, Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, Jesse Jackson, and Jerry Falwell [electronic resource]

This episode features five major speeches: Lech Walesa's RFK Foundation Awards keynote address; Jimmy Carter's speech on the energy crisis; George H. W. Bush's 1991 State of the Union address; Jesse Jackson's 1988 DNC speech; and Jerry Falwell's speech on America's policy on South Africa.
Online
2005
42.

Great Speeches: Volume 10 Bill Clinton, Gerald Ford, Lyndon B. Johnson, Hillary Clinton, and Boris Yeltsin [electronic resource]

This volume features five key speeches: Bill Clinton's first inaugural address; Gerald Ford's speech upon assuming the presidency; Lyndon B. Johnson's "Let Us Continue" speech; Hillary Rodham Clinton's 1993 address to the AMA; and Boris Yeltsin's address to the U.S. Congress.
Online
2004
43.

Great Speeches: Volume 11 Colin Powell, Elizabeth Glaser, Richard Gephardt, Newt Gingrich, and Fidel Castro [electronic resource]

This program features five vital speeches: Colin Powell's Howard University commencement address; Elizabeth Glaser's 1992 DNC speech; Richard Gephardt's "Turning Over the Gavel" speech; Newt Gingrich's speech upon becoming speaker of the House; and Fidel Castro's speech at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio.
Online
2004
44.

Great Speeches: Volume 12 Sarah Brady, Colin Powell, Ann Richards, Harry S. Truman, and Ronald Reagan [electronic resource]

This video features six major speeches: Sarah Brady's 1996 DNC speech; Colin Powell's 1996 RNC speech; Ann Richards' eulogy for Barabara Jordan; Harry S. Truman's speech upon the bombing of Hiroshima; Harry S. Truman's speech on the dismissal of MacArthur; and Ronald Reagan's Moscow University speech.
Online
2004
45.

Great Speeches: Volume 14 Dale Bumper, Nelson Mandela, Bill Clinton, Richard Gephardt, and Henry Kissinger [electronic resource]

This program features five pivotal speeches: Dale Bumper's "It's About Sex" speech; Nelson Mandela's Congressional Gold Medal acceptance speech; Bill Clinton's address to the nation on Kosovo; Richard Gephardt's "A Plea for Civility" speech; and Henry Kissinger's address on foreign policy.
Online
2004
46.

Great Speeches: Volume 13 Christopher Reeve, Tony Campolo, the Dalai Lama, Madeleine Albright, and Bill Clinton [electronic resource]

This volume includes five vital speeches: Christopher Reeve's 1996 DNC speech; Tony Campolo's 1997 inaugural day sermon; the Dalai Lama's "Spirituality in Today's World" speech; Madeleine Albright's first major address as Secretary of State; and Bill Clinton's 1998 State of the Union address.
Online
2004
47.

Great Speeches: Volume 15 Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, Elizabeth Dole, and Huey Long [electronic resource]

This video features six historic speeches: Lou Gehrig's farewell to baseball; Babe Ruth's farewell to baseball; Bill Clinton's farewell to the Democratic Party; Colin Powell's 2000 RNC keynote address; Elizabeth Dole's Duke University commencement address; and Huey Long's "Share the Wealth" speech.
Online
2004
48.

Great Speeches: Volume 16 Malcolm X, Naomi Wolf, Al Gore, George W. Bush, and Ronald Reagan [electronic resource]

This volume features six key speeches: Malcolm X's "Democracy is Hypocrisy" speech; Naomi Wolf's Scripps College commencement address; Al Gore's presidential concession speech; George W. Bush's first inaugural address; Ronald Reagan's "A Time for Choosing" speech; and George W. Bush's "9/11" speech to Congress.
Online
2004
49.

Great Speeches: Volume 17 Rudolph Giuliani, Tony Blair, Tom Daschle, Colin Powell, and John F. Kennedy [electronic resource]

This program features five major speeches: Rudolph Giuliani's "9/11" address to the UN; Tony Blair's 2000 Labour Party keynote address; Tom Daschle's foreign policy address; Colin Powell's speech on terrorism; and John F. Kennedy's American University commencement address.
Online
2004
50.

Great Speeches: Volume 20 Robert F. Kennedy Jr., George H. W. Bush, and Franklin D. Roosevelt [electronic resource]

This program features five critical speeches: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s Wilkes University commencement address; George H. W. Bush's dedication of the Clinton Presidential Center; George W. Bush's second inaugural address; Franklin D. Roosevelt's third inaugural address; and Franklin D. Roosevelt's fourth inaugural address.
Online
2006
51.

Great Speeches: Volume 18 Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush, Lyndon B. Johnson, Cesar Chavez, and Geneva Overholser [electronic resource]

This video features five key speeches: Jimmy Carter's Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech; George W. Bush's eulogy for Columbia astronauts; Lyndon B. Johnson's speech at Johns Hopkins University; Cesar Chavez's "The Power of Nonviolence" speech; and Geneva Overholser's "What Is Good Journalism?" speech.
Online
2004
52.

Great Speeches: Volume 21 John Roberts, John Murtha, Jean Rohe, John McCain, and Richard Nixon [electronic resource]

This video features five key speeches: John Roberts' Georgetown Law School commencement address; John Murtha's "Time to Leave Iraq" speech; Jean Rohe's "Standing Up to Power" speech; John McCain's New School commencement address; and Richard Nixon's first inaugural address.
Online
2007
53.

Great Speeches: Volume 23 Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, Hillary Clinton, Michael Huckabee, and Louis Farrakhan [electronic resource]

This program features five critical speeches: Barack Obama's "A More Perfect Union" speech; Ronald Reagan's "Tear Down This Wall!" speech; Hillary Clinton's 2008 DNC address; Michael Huckabee's 2008 RNC address; and Louis Farrakhan's eulogy for Julia Carson.
Online
2009
54.

Great Speeches: Volume 26 Zach Wahls, Julia Gillard, Robert Gates, Barack Obama, and John F. Kennedy [electronic resource]

This program features five pivotal speeches: Zach Wahls' defense of gay marriage; Julia Gillard's (Australian prime minister) speech on natural disasters; Robert Gates' 2011 Notre Dame commencement address; Barack Obama's "Bin Laden Is Dead" speech; and John F. Kennedy's Cuban Missile Crisis speech.
Online
2012
55.

Great Speeches, Today's Women: Volume 3 Maya Angelou, Jan Piercy, Condoleezza Rice, Caroline Kennedy, and Karenna Gore Schiff [electronic resource]

This volume spotlights Maya Angelou's reading at the 1992 inaugural ceremonies; Jan Piercy's Scripps College commencement address; Condoleezza Rice's 2000 RNC address; Caroline Kennedy's 2000 DNC address; and Karenna Gore Schiff's 2000 DNC address.
Online
2004
56.

Great Speeches, Today's Women: Volume 1 Barbara Jordan, Marilyn Quayle, Joycelyn Elders, Sarah Weddington, and Paula Stern [electronic resource]

This program features Barbara Jordan's 1992 DNC keynote address; Marilyn Quayle's speech to defend the Republican administration; Joycelyn Elders' discussion of health issues; Sarah Weddington's speech as the lawyer behind Roe v. Wade on women's issues; and Paula Stern's talk on Clinton's economic conference.
Online
2004
57.

Great Speeches, Today's Women: Volume 4 Queen Noor, Jennifer Granholm, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Patty Murray, and Blanche Lambert Lincoln [electronic resource]

This program features Queen Noor's "Women and the Global Coalition" speech; Jennifer Granholm's 2004 DNC address; Kay Bailey Hutchison's "Freedom and Success" speech; Patty Murray's "Rising from Poverty" speech; and Blanche Lambert Lincoln's Randolph-Macon commencement address.
Online
2005
58.

Campaign '04 [electronic resource]

This fifth episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 2004 Democratic National Convention by Bill Clinton, Howard Dean, Al Sharpton, Ronald Reagan, John Edwards, Max Cleland, and John Kerry; and from the 2004 Republican National Convention by Ron Silver, John McCain, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rudy Giuliani, Dick Cheney, and George W. Bush, as well as Democrat Zell Miller.
Online
2005
59.

Campaign '08 [electronic resource]

This sixth episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 2008 Democratic National Convention by Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Mark Warner, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Jesse Jackson Jr., and John Kerry; and from the 2008 Republican National Convention by Jim Leach, John McCain, Sarah Palin, Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, Norm Coleman, George W. Bush, and Tom Ridge, as well as Democrat Joe Lieberman.
Online
2008
60.

Campaign '92 [electronic resource]

This second episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 1992 Democratic and Republican National Conventions by Democrats Zell Miller, Barbara Jordan, Mario Cuomo, Al Gore, and Bill Clinton; and Republicans Ronald Reagan, Pat Buchanan, Jack Kemp, Dan Quayle, and George Bush.
Online
2005