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1964 Republican National Convention Address by Barry Goldwater

1964 Republican National Convention Address

by Barry Goldwater

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"Now, we Americans understand freedom. We have earned it; we have lived for it, and we have died for it. This Nation and its people are freedom's model in a searching world. We can be freedom's missionaries in a doubting world. But, ladies and gentlemen, first we must renew freedom's mission in our own hearts and in our own homes."

Barry Goldwater

This speech was delivered 16 July 1964, San Francisco.


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Absolutely Refreshing! We Need More Leaders of This Type Today!
Reviewer EdL
 October 05, 2006
Are there any more true conservatives to be found?

...So much worth quoting, but I'll keep it short:

"Now, my fellow Americans, the tide has been running against freedom. Our people have followed false prophets. We must, and we shall, return to proven ways -- not because they are old, but because they are true. We must, and we shall, set the tides running again in the cause of freedom. And this party, with its every action, every word, every breath, and every heartbeat, has but a single resolve, and that is freedom -- freedom made orderly for this Nation by our constitutional government; freedom under a government limited by the laws of nature and of nature's God..."

"I seek an America proud of its past, proud of its ways, proud of its dreams, and determined actively to proclaim them. But our example to the world must, like charity, begin at home."

it burns my blood
Reviewer zhouchaoqun
 October 05, 2006
we all seek for freedom, we are for liberity, so we all should think about that , reading this adress really burns my blood

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  • Published: 1964
  • LearnOutLoud.com Product ID: 1007380
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