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Speechmaking: Talk of the Nation – BackStory with the American History Guys

It’s 150 years since Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address – so we’re taking a tour of some of the highs, and lows, of American speechmaking, and asking what makes some in endure.

Guests Include:

American school students read speeches by Indians?  Americans needed redemption about Indians?

A MUST LISTEN: Talk of the Nation – BackStory with the American History Guys

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Speechmaking by 60sScoop (top photo) Ottawa

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11 thoughts on “Speechmaking: Talk of the Nation – BackStory with the American History Guys

  1. Ah, we have been asleep for so long as a nation…. And what a way to wake up. I was so distressed by the whole collapse of the Pipeline protest and the way it all went down, and so impressed by the People I saw there, I wrote a tribute post on my blog… Hope you stop by and give me your opinion!

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  2. “Not, alas, featuring the President himself”. It’s a good thing you added that because I literally thought there was a vreal recording of the original Gettysburg address for a second.

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