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by Martin Luther King, Jr.
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"I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal."

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This audio program offers speeches from a wide variety of thinkers and leaders. You will here important statements made by Philosophers, Religious Leaders, Royalty, Statesman civil rights advocates and more.

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by Benjamin Franklin
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is a personal account of the life of the famous American statesman, businessman, philosopher, inventor and scientist.

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by Abraham Lincoln
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"Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation...

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by Harry S. Truman
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This is a compilation of highlights of some of the most well-known speeches of modern times, spanning the years of 1940-1987.

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by Patrick Henry
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On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry delivered a speech which supported military action against the British. This stirring speech swayed the vote and was most likely the deciding factor in committing Virginia troops to fight the British.

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by Thomas Jefferson
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LearnOutLoud.com is proud to present this audio collection entitled The Founding Documents of the United States of America. These documents represent key points in the founding of the U.S. government.

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by Malala Yousafzai
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I Am Malala is the memoir of a remarkable teenage girl who risked her life for the right to go to school.

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by James Madison
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After the ratification of the Constitution, the first United States Congress met in Federal Hall in New York City in 1789 and many of delegates wanted a "bill of rights" that would guarantee individual liberty in the face of the newly established federal government.

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by Various Authors
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By the summer of 1776, the American Patriots had taken control over all the 13 colonies, and they were now effectively individual states establishing their own state constitutions that existed outside of British rule. On June 11, 1776 a committee met with the purpose of drafting a resolution to declare independence of Great Britain.

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