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First Presidential Messages: Two Hundred Twenty Years of Inaugural Addresses and Statements on Becoming President, 1789-2009

Otey, George

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ISBN 10: 0578007592 / ISBN 13: 9780578007595
Published by Unfettered Publishing Co, LLC, 2009
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Title: First Presidential Messages: Two Hundred ...

Publisher: Unfettered Publishing Co, LLC

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Acceptable

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First Presidential Messages is a unique historical collection of presentations made upon becoming the nation's chief executive. This compilation presents not only the traditional inaugural addresses but also the little-known remarks given by Vice Presidents when assuming the higher office. As the nation marks the two hundred twentieth anniversary of the U.S. Presidency, it is inspiring and enlightening to read the comments of each President, from George Washington in 1789 to Barack Obama in 2009. While First Presidential Messages reveals a uniformity of focus on the Founders vision of self-government, some presidential speeches are so artfully crafted that they rank among the world s greatest; especially Lincoln s second inaugural, FDR s first inaugural, Eisenhower s first inaugural, and Kennedy s inaugural. More than historical curiosities, these presidential speeches transcend time and present a continued call for national unity, an appeal to surpass the leadership of the past and a challenge to actively and creatively work through the issues of the day so as to safeguard civil liberties and leave the nation, and the world, a better place. This 368 page hardbound volume is both a general research tool and a citizen s companion that will provide the reader with a sense of pride in the genius of our Founding Fathers and the political system they created to protect the values of the American Revolution.

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George N. Otey is the author of The First Fifteen Years of the Cherokee Nation Judicial Appeals Tribunal and numerous articles. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a major in history after which he obtained a Master of Arts in History from Oklahoma State University before receiving a Juris Doctor from the University of Tulsa. He practices law and is a right-of-way consultant in the oil and gas industry as well as an adjunct instructor at both the University of Tulsa where he teaches Business Organizations in the paralegal program, and Tulsa Community College where he teaches U. S. History.

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