Sep 23, 2018
Today, on Episode 27 of Brook Reading, I travel through the annals of American History and review the most influential U.S. Presidential speeches of all time. (Also, this episode is "kid-friendly", so share it with your families, students, etc!)
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Presidential speeches can be found:
https://bit.ly/2faNX3J - John F. Kennedy Inaugural
https://bit.ly/1bFJewr - The Gettysburg Address
https://bit.ly/2I6nKhv - Bill Clinton Inaugural
https://bit.ly/2QQRUcJ - Oklahoma City Bombing Speech
https://bit.ly/2jgSejC - Barack Obama Inaugural
https://usat.ly/2PTtXju - Barack Obama Speech at University of Illinois
https://bit.ly/1JngPhM - Ronald Reagan Speech at Brandenburg Gate
https://bit.ly/2xN9Ufe - Franklin D. Roosevelt Inaugural
https://bit.ly/2zoZhRP - Woodrow Wilson Inaugural
https://cnn.it/1r9MSDh - George W. Bush Post 9/11 Speech
https://bit.ly/1kiq5ED - Dwight D. Eisenhower Farewell Speech
https://bit.ly/2MVL5U3 - Jimmy Carter “Crisis of Confidence” Speech
*Oops! The “American President” speech is almost 4 minutes!
*Americorps started in 1993. Definitely aligned with President Clinton’s “season of service”
*The Presidential Inauguration moved from March to January in 1937, where it has remained since.
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