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Douglass Archive of American Public Address

Douglass Archive of American Public Address This site provides the texts of over 100 important American speeches and related public documents ranging from John Winthrop's speech, "On Liberty," in 1645 to President George W. Bush's speech, "The Advance of Freedom," in 2003. The site also
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Douglass Archive of American Public Address


This site provides the texts of over 100 important American speeches and related public documents ranging from John Winthrop's speech, "On Liberty," in 1645 to President George W. Bush's speech, "The Advance of Freedom," in 2003. The site also offers a concise review of American history.

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