President Wilson's Addresses eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 335 pages of information about President Wilson's Addresses.
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Start of eBook1
Introduction1
INTRODUCTION1
PRESIDENT WILSON’S ADDRESSES8
FIRST ADDRESS TO CONGRESS11
MR. SPEAKER, MR. PRESIDENT, GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 11
ADDRESS ON THE BANKING SYSTEM13
MR. SPEAKER, MR. PRESIDENT, GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 13
ADDRESS AT GETTYSBURG16
FRIENDS AND FELLOW CITIZENS: 16
ADDRESS ON MEXICAN AFFAIRS18
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 18
UNDERSTANDING AMERICA23
YOUR HONOR, MR. CHAIRMAN, LADIES, AND GENTLEMEN: 23
ADDRESS BEFORE THE SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONGRESS27
YOUR EXCELLENCY, MR. CHAIRMAN: 27
THE STATE OF THE UNION31
MR. SPEAKER, MR. PRESIDENT, GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 31
TRUSTS AND MONOPOLIES38
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 38
PANAMA CANAL TOLLS43
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 43
THE TAMPICO INCIDENT44
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 44
IN THE FIRMAMENT OF MEMORY46
MR. SECRETARY: 47
MEMORIAL DAY ADDRESS49
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: 49
CLOSING A CHAPTER50
MR. CHAIRMAN, MRS. MCLAURIN STEVENS, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: 50
ANNAPOLIS COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS52
MR. SUPERINTENDENT, YOUNG GENTLEMEN, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: 52
THE MEANING OF LIBERTY55
MR. CHAIRMAN AND FELLOW-CITIZENS: 55
AMERICAN NEUTRALITY61
MY FELLOW-COUNTRYMEN: 61
APPEAL FOR ADDITIONAL REVENUE62
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 62
THE OPINION OF THE WORLD64
MR. PRESIDENT, GENTLEMEN OF THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION: 64
THE POWER OF CHRISTIAN YOUNG MEN66
MR. PRESIDENT, MR. PORTER, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: 66
ANNUAL ADDRESS TO CONGRESS73
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 74
A MESSAGE82
TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: 82
ADDRESS BEFORE THE UNITED STATES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE84
MR. PRESIDENT, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: 84
TO NATURALIZED CITIZENS92
MR. MAYOR, FELLOW-CITIZENS: 92
ADDRESS AT MILWAUKEE95
MR. CHAIRMAN AND FELLOW-CITIZENS: 95
THE SUBMARINE QUESTION102
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 102
AMERICAN PRINCIPLES106
THE DEMANDS OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES110
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 110
SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE115
SENATOR JAMES, GENTLEMEN OF THE NOTIFICATION COMMITTEE, FELLOW-CITIZENS: 115
LINCOLN’S BEGINNINGS126
THE TRIUMPH OF WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE128
MADAM PRESIDENT, LADIES OF THE ASSOCIATION: 129
THE TERMS OF PEACE131
GENTLEMEN OF THE SENATE: 131
MEETING GERMANY’S CHALLENGE136
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 136
REQUEST FOR AUTHORITY139
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 139
SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS143
MY FELLOW-CITIZENS: 143
THE CALL TO WAR145
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 146
TO THE COUNTRY153
MY FELLOW-COUNTRYMEN: 153
THE GERMAN PLOT156
REPLY TO THE POPE159
AUGUST 27, 1917.159
LABOR MUST BE FREE162
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CRITICAL TIME IN HISTORY162
WAR STARTED BY GERMANY162
GERMANY’S INDUSTRIAL GROWTH163
BERLIN-BAGDAD RAILWAY163
PEACE RUMORS164
COLONEL HOUSE’S MISSION164
LABOR MUST BE FREE165
SETTLEMENT HARD TO AVOID165
NO SYMPATHY WITH MOB SPIRIT166
MUST OBEY COMMON COUNSEL166
THE CALL FOR WAR WITH AUSTRIA-HUNGARY167
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 167
GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION OF RAILWAYS174
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 174
THE CONDITIONS OF PEACE177
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONGRESS: 177
FORCE TO THE UTMOST182
FELLOW-CITIZENS: 183
ENGLISH READINGS FOR SCHOOLS186
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