Great American speeches, vol. 2, 1898-1918. [sound recording]


New York : Caedmon, [c1969] .

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CAS 134 pt.1 Off-site
Other Authors Graham, John, 1926-
Subjects Speeches, addresses, etc., American.
United States -- History -- 20th century
Description 2 sound cassettes (97 min.) : 1 7/8 ips, 2-track, stereo ; 2 1/2 x 4 in.
Notes CDL 52031(1c).
Program notes in container.
Contents PART ONE: Naboth's vineyard, 1898, by William Jennings Bryan -- The march of the flag, Sept. 16, 1898, by Albert. Jeremiah Beveridge -- Public education, Nov. 23, 1900, by Mark Twain -- The man with the muck rake, April 14, 1906, by Theodore Roosevelt. -- PART TWO: To the jury: self-defense, Aug. 14-15, 1912, by Clarence Darrow -- Soldier's pay, Sept. 10, 1917, by Robert La Follette -- Fourteen points, Jan. 8, 1918, by Woodrow Wilson.
Performers John Graham, editor; speeches read by Ed Begley, George Grizzard, and E. G. Marshall.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)04077792
(OCoLC)4077792
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