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The Campaigners For The American Nation's Highest Office And The Crucial Decisions They Made That Changed The Course Of U.S. And World History, Featuring Speeches By Adlai Stevenson II, Alfred Landon, Calvin Coolidge, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Hubert Humphrey, John F. Kennedy, Both Candidates In The Kennedy - Nixon Debates, Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas E. Dewey, Warren G. Harding, Wendell Wilkie, William Howard Taft, William Jennings Bryan, William McKinley And Woodrow Wilson! 10 1/2 Hours Of United States Presidential Campaign Speeches, Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #UnitedStatesPresidentialCampaignSpeeches #USPresidentialCampaignSpeeches #PresidentialCampaignSpeeches #CampaignSpeeches #GreatSpeeches #GreatOratary #PublicSpeeches #RhetoricalSpeech #RhetoricalSpeeches #Rhetoric #UnitedStatesPresidentialCampaigns #USPresidentialCampaigns #PresidentialCampaigns #AdlaiStevenson #AdlaiStevensonII #AlfredLandon #CalvinCoolidge #DwightDEisenhower #DwightEisenhower #Ike #FranklinDRoosevelt #FranklinRoosevelt #FDR #WarrenGHarding #GroverCleveland #HarrySTruman #HarryTruman #Truman #HubertHHumphrey #HubertHumphrey #Hubert #JohnFKennedy #JohnKennedy #JackKennedy #John F. Kennedy #Kennedy- NixonDebates #LyndonBainesJohnson #LyndonBJohnson #LyndonJohnson #Lyndon #Lyndon B. Johnson #RobertFKennedy #RobertKennedy #Robert F. Kennedy #RichardMilhousNixon #RichardMNixon #RichardNixon #Nixon #TheodoreRoosevelt #TeddyRoosevelt #ThomasDewey #WendellWilkie #WilliamHowardTaft #WilliamJenningsBryan #WilliamMcKinley #WoodrowWilson #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive
Adlai Stevenson 52 Campaign - ''You Are Americans''
Adlai Stevenson 52 Campaign - Accepts DNC Nomination
Adlai Stevenson 52 Campaign - Concedes Defeat
Adlai Stevenson 56 Campaign - Accepts DNC Nomination
Adlai Stevenson 56 Campaign - Education, Poverty & Civil Rights
Alfred Landon 36 Campaign - Concedes Defeat
Calvin Coolidge 24 Campaign - Cut Public Spending
Dwight D. Eisenhower 52 Campaign - Accepts RNC Nomination
Dwight D. Eisenhower 53 - Cramped White House, Cramped Economy
Dwight D. Eisenhower 53 - On Vietnam War
Dwight D. Eisenhower 56 Campaign - The Environment and Industry
Dwight D. Eisenhower 5x - The Duties Of The Presidency
Dwight D. Eisenhower 5x - The President & The Supreme Court
Dwight D. Eisenhower 5x - The President As Institution & Personality
Dwight D. Eisenhower 60 - Reflections On Public Service
Dwight D. Eisenhower 61 - Farewell Address aka Military Industrial Complex Speech
Franklin D. Roosevelt 28 DNC - Nominates Al Smith
Franklin D. Roosevelt 33 - Inaugural Address
Franklin D. Roosevelt 33 - Oath of Office
Franklin D. Roosevelt 39 - Cryptic Comment On Running For Third Term
Franklin D. Roosevelt 390104 - SOTU Address Excerpt -''The Last Best Hope Of Earth''
Franklin D. Roosevelt 3909 - On Polish Crisis
Franklin D. Roosevelt 390903 - Fireside Chat on Beginning of WWII
Franklin D. Roosevelt 390921 - ExtraordinarySessionOfCongressToAidEurope
Franklin D. Roosevelt 3x - Against 'What Government Ought Not To Do' Complaints
Franklin D. Roosevelt 3x - The 'Three Horses' Of Government
Franklin D. Roosevelt 3x - The President & The People
Franklin D. Roosevelt 400510 - On Invasion Of Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg
Franklin D. Roosevelt 400526 - Fireside Chat Against War Profiteers
Franklin D. Roosevelt 4007 - Democratic Convention
Franklin D. Roosevelt 401102 - Campaign Speech On Resistance To Fascism
Franklin D. Roosevelt 401229 - ''Great Arsenel Of Democracy'' Speech Excerpt
Franklin D. Roosevelt 410106 - SOTU Address - The Four Freedoms
Franklin D. Roosevelt 410120 - 3rd Inaugural Address Beginning
Franklin D. Roosevelt 410527 - Pan American Union Speech - Americas Prepare For War
Franklin D. Roosevelt 410721 - Draft Extension Speech Excerpt
Franklin D. Roosevelt 410911 - German U-Boat Attack On USS Greer Speech aka Shoot On Sight Speech
Franklin D. Roosevelt 411208 - Day of Infamy Speech (Entire)
Franklin D. Roosevelt 411209 - 1st Wartime Fireside Chat - ''We Will Win The War''
Franklin D. Roosevelt 421012 - Columbus Day Speech - On Prejudice During Wartime
Franklin D. Roosevelt 430728 - Coal Miner Strike Speech (Entire)
Franklin D. Roosevelt 430728 - GI Bill Of Rights Speech Excerpt
Franklin D. Roosevelt 440605 - Rome Falls (Entire)
Franklin D. Roosevelt 440606 - D-Day Landings (Entire)
Franklin D. Roosevelt 440923 - Campaign Speech to Teamsters ( 'My Little Dog 'Falla'' Speech)
Franklin D. Roosevelt 4501 - InauguralSpeech -'We Have Learned We Cannot Live Alone'
Franklin D. Roosevelt 4x - President's Wartime Responsibilities
Grover Cleveland 1892 - 'Political Independence'
Grover Cleveland 1892 Campaign - National Sovereignty
Harry S. Truman - Announces Atomic Bomb Dropped
Harry S. Truman - On Kaltenborn's 1948 Election Coverage
Harry S. Truman - On Potsdam Resolution
Harry S. Truman - Victory In Europe Speech
Harry S. Truman 45 - On Learning He Became President
Harry S. Truman 48 Campaign - DNC Speech
Harry S. Truman 53 - Farewell Speech
Harry S. Truman 5x - Presidential Mystique
Harry S. Truman 5x - The Cold War
Harry S. Truman 5x - The President's Powers Come From The People
Hubert Humphrey 6710 - 'We Mean To Stick It Out' Saigon
Hubert Humphrey 68 - Campaign 'Biggest Election Surprise'
Hubert Humphrey 68 - On Nixon
Hubert Humphrey 68 DNC - Peace Talks
John F. Kennedy 600715 - Accepts Democratic Nomination
John F. Kennedy 6010 - Half Slave, Half Free
John F. Kennedy 61 - 'We Face A Challenge In Berlin'
John F. Kennedy 610120 - Inauguration Speech
John F. Kennedy 610120 - Presidential Oath of Office
John F. Kennedy 6102 - Prayer Breakfast Invocation
John F. Kennedy 610301 - Establishes Peace Corp
John F. Kennedy 610420 - Bay of Pigs Ame. Society of Newspaper Editors
John F. Kennedy 610525 - Announces Moon Project
John F. Kennedy 610725 - Address To Nation on Berlin Crisis
John F. Kennedy 610806 - Alliance for Progress - ''Little Merit'' In Abandoning U.N.
John F. Kennedy 610925 - Dag hammarskjold Eulogy aka UN ''3 Horses of the Troika'' speech
John F. Kennedy 611125 - UN Speech on Terrorism
John F. Kennedy 620412 - Steel Price Hike
John F. Kennedy 620912 - Address on Space - Rice University
John F. Kennedy 621022 - Cuban Missile Crisis Speech
John F. Kennedy 6212 - The Satisfactions Of The Presidency
John F. Kennedy 630513 - Birmingham Crisis Terminates
John F. Kennedy 630610 - Commencement, American University (Begins Detente)
John F. Kennedy 630611 - Civil Rights Address
John F. Kennedy 630626 - ''Ich Bin Ein Berliner'' Rudolph Wilde Platz
John F. Kennedy 630726 - Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Speech
John F. Kennedy 630902 - 'It's Their War'
John F. Kennedy 630902 - Withdrawal From Vietnam 'Wholly Wrong'
John F. Kennedy 630920 - U.N. Address
John F. Kennedy 631026 - Robert Frost Library at Amherst College Remark
John F. Kennedy 631031 - Excerpt on Happiness from Press Conference
John F. Kennedy 631121 - Last Speech - San Antonio Aerospace Health Center
John F. Kennedy 631121 - Public reaction to his wife
John F. Kennedy 6x - On Becoming President
John F. Kennedy 6x - On Federal Power
John F. Kennedy Death - Lyndon B. Johnson makes first public address as President
John F. Kennedy Death - UN's 1 Minute of Silence
John F. Kennedy Funeral - 21 Gun Salute & Taps
John F. Kennedy Funeral - Funeral March
Kennedy - Nixon Debate 1 600926
Kennedy - Nixon Debate 2 601007
Kennedy - Nixon Debate 3 601013
Kennedy - Nixon Debate 4 601021
Lyndon B. Johnson - Great Society
Lyndon B. Johnson 610129 - Takes VP Oath
Lyndon B. Johnson 631122 - 1st Address After John F. Kennedy Assassination
Lyndon B. Johnson 631122 - Swearing In As President
Lyndon B. Johnson 631123 - First Presidential Proclamation
Lyndon B. Johnson 65 - The Difficulties Of The Presidency
Lyndon B. Johnson 650728 - Will Not Surrender Or Retreat
Lyndon B. Johnson 650803- 'Why Oh Why'
Lyndon B. Johnson 650803 - 'America Wins The Wars'
Lyndon B. Johnson 660806 - Voting Rights Bill Signing
Lyndon B. Johnson 671117 - 'Plenty Of Dissenters'
Lyndon B. Johnson 68 - 'The Hour Is Here!'
Lyndon B. Johnson 680331 - Bombing Halt On North Vietnam
Lyndon B. Johnson 680331 - Will Not Accept Nomination
Lyndon B. Johnson 69 Halloween - NV Bombing Halt
Lyndon B. Johnson 6x - On Becoming President
Lyndon B. Johnson 6x - The Difficulties Of The Presidency
Lyndon B. Johnson 6x - The White House & His Career
Lyndon B. Johnson On Khe Sanh - 'We Are Going To Win!'
Robert F. Kennedy 64 - Democratic National Convention Address
Robert F. Kennedy 67 - Declines Presidential Run
Robert F. Kennedy 6801 - Announces Presidential Candidacy
Richard Nixon - 'Greatness Comes In Simple Trappings'
Richard Nixon - 'I'm Not A Crook'
Richard Nixon - Apollo 11 Phone Call
Richard Nixon - Checkers Speech
Richard Nixon - Election Ad 1968
Richard Nixon - Vietnam & WWIII 6605
Richard Nixon 6605 - Vietnam & WWIII
Richard Nixon 68 Campaign - 'Longest'
Richard Nixon 691103 - 'The Great Silent Majority'
Richard Nixon 700430 - Announces Invasion Of Cambodia - 'Helpless Giant'
Richard Nixon 730524 - 'Secrecy' Former POWS
Richard Nixon Announces End of Vietnam War
Richard Nixon Resignation Speech
Theodore Roosevelt - A Living Wage 1912
Theodore Roosevelt - Crooked Politics & Crooked Business
Theodore Roosevelt - Hit The Line Hard
Theodore Roosevelt - Progressive covenant with the people
Theodore Roosevelt - Social and industrial justice
Theodore Roosevelt - The farmer and the business man
Theodore Roosevelt - The right of the people to rule
Theodore Roosevelt 12 Campaign - Response To Wilson On Labor
Thomas E. Dewey 44 Campaign - FDR's Leadership
Thomas E. Dewey 48 Campaign - America's World Position
Warren G. Harding 21 - Int'l Conference On Limitation Of Arms Address
Wendell Wilkie 40 DNC - Accepts Nomination
William Howard Taft - Humor
William Howard Taft - Striker's Rights
William Howard Taft 08 Campaign - Southern Democrats, Northern Republicans
William Jennings Bryan 1896 DNC - ''Cross Of Gold'' Speech
William McKinley 1896 - 'The Financial Honor Of The Government'
Woodrow Wilson 12 Campaign - Roosevelt's Position On Labor
A Political Campaign is an organized effort which seeks to influence the decision making progress within a specific group. In democracies, political campaigns often refer to electoral campaigns, by which representatives are chosen or referendums are decided. In modern politics, the most high-profile political campaigns are focused on general elections and candidates for head of state or head of government, often a president or prime minister.
In a Presidential Campaign, a large body of political science research emphasizes how "fundamentals" - the state of the economy, whether the country is at war, how long the president's party has held the office, and which candidate is more ideologically moderate - predict presidential election outcomes. However, campaigns may be necessary to enlighten otherwise uninformed voters about the fundamentals, which thus become increasingly predictive of preferences as the campaign progresses. Research suggests that "the 2012 presidential campaigns increased turnout in highly targeted states by 7-8 percentage points, on average, indicating that modern campaigns can significantly alter the size and composition of the voting population".
Public Speaking (also called Oratory or Oration) is the act of speaking face to face to a live audience. However, due to the evolution of public speaking, it is modernly viewed as any form of speaking (formally and informally) between an audience and the speaker. Traditionally, public speaking was considered to be a part of the art of persuasion. The act can accomplish particular purposes including to inform, to persuade, and to entertain. Additionally, differing methods, structures, and rules can be utilized according to the speaking situation. Public speaking was developed in Rome and Greece. Prominent thinkers from these lands influenced the development and evolutionary history of public speaking. Currently, technology continues to transform the art of public speaking through newly available technology such as videoconferencing, multimedia presentations, and other nontraditional forms.
Rhetoric is the art of persuasion, which along with grammar and logic (or dialectic - see Martianus Capella), is one of the three ancient arts of discourse. Rhetoric aims to study the techniques writers or speakers utilize to inform, persuade, or motivate particular audiences in specific situations. Aristotle defines rhetoric as "the faculty of observing in any given case the available means of persuasion" and since mastery of the art was necessary for victory in a case at law, for passage of proposals in the assembly, or for fame as a speaker in civic ceremonies; he calls it "a combination of the science of logic and of the ethical branch of politics". Rhetoric typically provides heuristics for understanding, discovering, and developing arguments for particular situations, such as Aristotle's three persuasive audience appeals: logos, pathos, and ethos. The five canons of rhetoric or phases of developing a persuasive speech were first codified in classical Rome: invention, arrangement, style, memory, and delivery. From Ancient Greece to the late 19th century, rhetoric played a central role in Western education in training orators, lawyers, counsellors, historians, statesmen, and poets.