The World's Great Speeches Quotes

Lewis Copeland
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"I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!" The United States, Patrick Henry, p. 234

"And so I end with a line from a Latin poet who uttered the message more than fifteen hundred years ago, 'Death plucks my ear and says: Live—I am coming.'" The United States, Oliver Wendell Holmes, p. 377

"Gentlemen, we ought to decide at this hour what is to be the fundamental policy for which the nation is to stand, and where our hope and our greatness lie." South America, South Africa, India and China; Sun Yat-sen, p. 399

"It is typically American because American labor, whenever it gathers, does so with love for its flag and country and loyalty to its government. Labor in the United States is not and never has been antagonistic to its form of government." Domestic Affairs...

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