IN OUR OWN WORDS
Extraordinary Speeches of the American Century
The 160 speeches (often paired) range from Ida B. Wells condemning lynchings while Teddy Roosevelt condemns muckrakers (1900–09), to Wellesley graduate Hillary Rodham advocating "constructive protest" while Spiro T. Agnew decries "effete corps of impudent snobs" (1960–69), to Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill disputing the judge’s record on sexual harassment (1990–99).
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