Reflections on Law and Society

Author:Jeffrey Lehman, Shirelle Phelps
Pages:[459]
 
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Presidential Speeches

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GEORGE WASHINGTON: FAREWELL ADDRESS

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: GETTYSBURG ADDRESS

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS

WOODROW WILSON: FOURTEEN POINTS

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT: FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS

JOHN F. KENNEDY: INAUGURAL ADDRESS

LYNDON B. JOHNSON: VOTING RIGHTS ACT ADDRESS

RONALD W. REAGAN: FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS

GEORGE W. BUSH: ADDRESS TO CONGRESS, SEPTEMBER 20, 2001

Beginning with George Washington, U.S. presidents have addressed the nation concerning various issues of domestic and international policy. A small number of these speeches have become important documents in their own right. They contain ideas, symbols, and memorable statements that have captured the public's imagination and led to significant changes in U.S. law and government.

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