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100 1  Bolden, Tonya. 
245 10 Strong voices :|bfifteen American speeches worth knowing /
       |cintroductions by Tonya Bolden ; foreword by Cokie 
       Roberts ; illustrated by Eric Velasquez. 
246 30 Fifteen American speeches worth knowing 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York, NY :|bHarper, an imprint of HarperCollins 
300    125 pages :|bcolor illustrations ;|c29 cm 
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336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
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505 0  |tPatrick Henry: "Give me liberty or give me death!" -- 
       |tGeorge Washington: Farewell Address -- |tRed Jacket: "We
       never quarrel about religion" -- |tFrederick Douglass: 
       "What to the slave is the Fourth of July?" -- |tSojourner 
       Truth: "I am a woman's rights" -- |tAbraham Lincoln: 
       Gettysburg Address -- |tTheodore Roosevelt: "Citizenship 
       in a Republic" -- |tFranklin Delano Roosevelt: "The only 
       thing we have to fear is fear itself" -- |tLou Gehrig: 
       "Farewell to baseball" -- |tLangston Hughes: "On the 
       blacklist all our lives" -- |tJohn Fitzgerald Kennedy: "We
       choose to go to the moon" -- |tMartin Luther King Jr.: "I 
       have a dream" -- |tFannie Lou Hamer: " I question America"
       -- |tCesar Chavez: Address to the Commonwealth Club of 
       California, 1984 -- |tHillary Rodham Clinton: "Women's 
       rights are human rights" -- Notes -- Timeline. 
505 00 |tIncludes bibliographical references (pages 124-125). 
520    A collection of speeches that showcases the voices of 
       those at the reins of power and of those who are not. Read
       the original words, sometimes abridged and sometimes in 
       their entirety, that have shaped our cultural fabric. 
       Introductions provide historical context and critical 
       insights into the meaning and impact of every speech. For 
       each speech, writer and history lover Tonya Bolden 
       provides an introduction-- telling us what was going on at
       the time, who the person was, and what it all meant. And 
       along the way, Bolden provides many fascinating insights. 
       Understanding what a speech meant at the time can help us 
       unlock what it means for us today. 
650  0 Speeches, addresses, etc., American|vJuvenile literature. 
650  0 Speeches|vJuvenile literature. 
650  0 Picture books|vJuvenile literature. 
655  7 Speeches.|2lcgft 
655  7 Picture books.|2lcgft 
700 1  Roberts, Cokie. 
700 1  Velasquez, Eric. 
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