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The Resource The American reader : words that moved a nation, edited by Diane Ravitch

The American reader : words that moved a nation, edited by Diane Ravitch

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The American reader : words that moved a nation
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The American reader
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words that moved a nation
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edited by Diane Ravitch
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eng
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illustrations
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
The American reader : words that moved a nation, edited by Diane Ravitch
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The American reader : words that moved a nation, edited by Diane Ravitch
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Includes author index
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 375-377
Contents
  • The Mayflower compact -- Defense of freedom of the press / Andrew Hamilton -- A demand to limit search and seizure / James Otis --The slaves' appeal to the Royal Governor of Massachusetts -- The meaning of patriotism in America / France Wright -- The case for public schools / Horace Mann -- Address to the Ohio Women's rights convention / Sojourner Truth -- Address to the legislature of New York on Womens' rights / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Chief Seattle's oration -- A disappointed woman / Lucy Stone -- Walker's appeal / David Walker -- Bearing witness against slavery / Angelina Grimke -- An address to the slaves of the United States of America / Henry Highland Garnet -- Independence Day speech at Rochester / Frederick Douglass -- A century of dishonor / Helen Hunt Jackson -- The Atlanta Exposition address / Booker T. Washington-- The solitude of self / Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • Women and economics / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Should higher education for women differ? / M. Carey Thomas -- Prejudice against women / Carrie Chapman Catt -- Advice to a Black schoolgirl / W.E.B. DuBois -- The right to one's body / Margaret Sanger -- Freedom / E.B. White --Confirmation hearings / David Lilienthal -- A plea for civil rights / Hubert Humphrey -- The Port Huron statement / Tom Hayden -- Free to choose / Milton and Rose Friedman -- Speech to the Democratic National Convention / Jesse Jackson -- AmeRican / Tato Laviera -- The American idea / Theodore H. White
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24 cm.
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Edition
1st HarperPerennial ed.
Extent
xv, 383 p.
Isbn
9780062720160
Lccn
89046553
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