INSPIRE A NATION: Barack Obama's Most Electrifying Speeches From Day One Of His Campaign Through His Inauguration (2009 Edition)

Authors: Barack Obama
Publisher: Publishing 180
Keywords: speeches, electrifying, obama, nation, barack, inspire
Pages: 200
Published: 2009-01-21
Language: English
Category: World, History,
ISBN-10: 0982100531     ISBN-13: 9780982100530
Binding: Paperback
List Price: 17.99 USD
  • Rating: 80%
INSPIRE A NATION: Barack Obama’s Most Electrifying Speeches from Day One of His Campaign Through His Inauguration (2009 edition) Here they are - Barack Obama's most inspirational speeches from his presidential campaign, Obama's election on November 4, 2009, as well as his transition and, all the way to Barack Obama's inauguration on January 20, 2009, collected in a single volume for you to treasure. Experience the excitement, word-for-word, with 23 of his most electrifying speeches and addresses including -- * Barack Obama's February 10, 2008 announcement of his candidacy for the Presidency given on the steps of the Old State Capitol in Illinois, where Abraham Lincoln did the same nearly 150 years earlier. * The speech that set the tone for his campaign, given the night Obama won the Iowa Caucuses and declared "...at this moment, we are ready to believe again." * His historic "race speech" where Obama shared his vision for "a more perfect union." * The last night of the democratic primary, when, after 54 contests, Barack Obama could say "I will be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States." * Obama's historic “A World that Stands as One” speech given to a crowd of more than 200,000 people in Berlin, Germany. * The American Promise” ­ his speech given at the closing of the Democratic National Convention. * Obama's final stump speech, the night before the November 4 election, when he reflected on his campaign, what it meant to him and what it meant to America. * His historic victory speech on November 4, 2008 when Barack Obama became the 44th President-Elect. * And, most importantly: Obama's monumental inaugural address he delivered after he was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States.


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