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Statesmanship, Character, and Leadership in America, by T. Newell

Statesmanship, Character, and Leadership in America, by T. Newell
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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non fiction
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Statesmanship, Character, and Leadership in America
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by T. Newell
Newell examines noted Americans at seven critical turning points in American history to look at what it takes to be a statesman.Through a powerful speech and the events preceding and following it, they show us how they grappled with conflicting values, varying demands, and the uncertainties of trying to forge a good society
Table Of Contents
Cover; Half-Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Figures; Preface; 1 Washington Steps Down: The Farewell Address; 2 The Electoral Crisis of 1801: Jefferson's First Inaugural; 3 Healing the Wounds of Civil War: Lincoln's Second Inaugural; 4 The Struggle for Woman Suffrage: The Trial of Susan B. Anthony; 5 Saving Postwar Europe (and America): The Marshall Plan Speech; 6 The Movement in Crisis: King's Letter from Birmingham Jail; 7 Constitutional Crisis: Ford Assumes the Presidency and Pardons Nixon; 8 Fostering Statesmanship in Public Life; AppendicesAppendix A Thomas Jefferson's First Inaugural Address: March 4, 1801Appendix B Lincoln's Second Inaugural: March 4, 1865; Appendix C Speech Before the Circuit Court in the Sentencing of Susan B. Anthony: June 19, 1873; Appendix D The Marshall Plan Speech: June 5, 1947; Appendix E Gerald Ford's Remarks on Taking the Oath of Office: August 9, 1974; Appendix F Ford's Speech Announcing the Pardon of Richard Nixon: September 8, 1974; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index
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