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Here are 15 correctly formatted documents and speeches that helped to build the current United States of America. There is a user-friendly table of contents for easy interaction. The following are included: 1. 1215 - The Magna Carta 2. 1606 - The First Virginia Charter 3. 1620 - The Mayflower Compact 4. 1676 - The First Thanksgiving Proclamation 5. 1765 - Resolutions of the Sta Here are 15 correctly formatted documents and speeches that helped to build the current United States of America. There is a user-friendly table of contents for easy interaction. The following are included: 1. 1215 - The Magna Carta 2. 1606 - The First Virginia Charter 3. 1620 - The Mayflower Compact 4. 1676 - The First Thanksgiving Proclamation 5. 1765 - Resolutions of the Stamp Act 6. 1775 - Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death 7. 1776 - Declaration of Independance 8. 1777 - Articles of Confederation 9. 1783 - The Paris Peace Treaty of 1783 10. 1787 - The Constitution of the United States of America and the Amendments 11. 1796 - George Washington's Farewell Address 12. 1823 - The Monroe Doctrine 13. 1862 - The Emancipation Proclamation 14. 1863 - The Gettysburg Address 15. 1941 - The Four Freedoms These documents and speeches provided a solid reference foundation for any class in United States history or government. All of Unique Classics ebooks have an improved navigation system which includes a linked table of contents. The works are formatted for easy reading and triple-checked for quality assurance. Our illustrated ebooks contain the best related works of art for the material which make the story reading experience much more pleasant and memorable.


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Here are 15 correctly formatted documents and speeches that helped to build the current United States of America. There is a user-friendly table of contents for easy interaction. The following are included: 1. 1215 - The Magna Carta 2. 1606 - The First Virginia Charter 3. 1620 - The Mayflower Compact 4. 1676 - The First Thanksgiving Proclamation 5. 1765 - Resolutions of the Sta Here are 15 correctly formatted documents and speeches that helped to build the current United States of America. There is a user-friendly table of contents for easy interaction. The following are included: 1. 1215 - The Magna Carta 2. 1606 - The First Virginia Charter 3. 1620 - The Mayflower Compact 4. 1676 - The First Thanksgiving Proclamation 5. 1765 - Resolutions of the Stamp Act 6. 1775 - Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death 7. 1776 - Declaration of Independance 8. 1777 - Articles of Confederation 9. 1783 - The Paris Peace Treaty of 1783 10. 1787 - The Constitution of the United States of America and the Amendments 11. 1796 - George Washington's Farewell Address 12. 1823 - The Monroe Doctrine 13. 1862 - The Emancipation Proclamation 14. 1863 - The Gettysburg Address 15. 1941 - The Four Freedoms These documents and speeches provided a solid reference foundation for any class in United States history or government. All of Unique Classics ebooks have an improved navigation system which includes a linked table of contents. The works are formatted for easy reading and triple-checked for quality assurance. Our illustrated ebooks contain the best related works of art for the material which make the story reading experience much more pleasant and memorable.

30 review for 15 Documents and Speeches That Built America (Unique Classics) (Declaration of Independence, US Constitution and Amendments, Articles of Confederation, Magna Carta, Gettysburg Address, Four Freedoms)

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Hays

    A great background collection of the thoughts used to create the US government. I did find it interesting that the Delaware colony was omitted from the Paris Peace Treaty if 1783, so I assume that Delaware is still at war with Britain!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Scott Brundage

    If only for the "Four Freedoms Speech" of FDR, this book is a Gem. Roosevelt delivered his report to Congress on "The State of The Union" 11 months before the Pearl Harbor attack. A detailed listing of American needs, efforts and degrees of failure and success. That's worth reading because of what he lead too.... Not for just America, but for the WHOLE WORLD,,,, all people,,,, the list of 4 essential basic freedoms. (Interestingly, one was for "speech AND EXPRESSION." He gave no detail but included If only for the "Four Freedoms Speech" of FDR, this book is a Gem. Roosevelt delivered his report to Congress on "The State of The Union" 11 months before the Pearl Harbor attack. A detailed listing of American needs, efforts and degrees of failure and success. That's worth reading because of what he lead too.... Not for just America, but for the WHOLE WORLD,,,, all people,,,, the list of 4 essential basic freedoms. (Interestingly, one was for "speech AND EXPRESSION." He gave no detail but included not just words but all means of expression. Talk. Writing. Pictures. Dance. Music, etc in all combinations. ) Freedom of speech and expression. In the whole world. Freedom from want. (Food shelter, clothing, etc) In the whole world. Freedom to worship as we choose. In the whole world. Freedom from fear. (Specifying disarmament to the low level when no one could wage ANY war.) For the whole world. The great documents are all here. None more powerful than the last section of this speech.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas Maulucci

    this book was a compilation of speeches and documents made or written throughout American history. if Americans would actually read the constitution, for example, there would be no gun control debate, no separation of church and state debate, etc. the one speech annoyed me was Roosevelt's. he riled us up into a tizzy with this speech and his handling of our base in pearl harbor, etc. I am proud that we went to battle against Hitler. what annoys me is we elevate Roosevelt for something an average this book was a compilation of speeches and documents made or written throughout American history. if Americans would actually read the constitution, for example, there would be no gun control debate, no separation of church and state debate, etc. the one speech annoyed me was Roosevelt's. he riled us up into a tizzy with this speech and his handling of our base in pearl harbor, etc. I am proud that we went to battle against Hitler. what annoys me is we elevate Roosevelt for something an average president would have done (lead us against Hitler), while he absolutely decimated the US economy through his policies and then went to bed with Stalin who killed twice the amount of people Hitler did. anyway, the book was a good compilation. recommended for all Americans.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    A very nice Kindle edition of this book which contains 15 documents (including influential speeches) which shaped American history. All of the usual suspects are contained inside such as Abraham Lincoln's legendary Gettysburg Address and Franklin D Roosevelt's 'Four Freedoms' with a few surprising ones including the Magna Carta. A very interesting book and well worth reading if you are either a student in American studies or an amateur Americanist (like myself) well worth the 77p Amazon want for A very nice Kindle edition of this book which contains 15 documents (including influential speeches) which shaped American history. All of the usual suspects are contained inside such as Abraham Lincoln's legendary Gettysburg Address and Franklin D Roosevelt's 'Four Freedoms' with a few surprising ones including the Magna Carta. A very interesting book and well worth reading if you are either a student in American studies or an amateur Americanist (like myself) well worth the 77p Amazon want for it

  5. 5 out of 5

    Yves

    A must read for all who are interested in the making of contemporary America. The first/early speeches can be tedious, especially for non-native English speakers. Of course, the Gettysburg address is the monumental piece of this compilation, the one that tires me not to read again, and again.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Frost

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    Cat Willwerth

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  18. 4 out of 5

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