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From "Four score and seven years ago…" to "Ask not what your country can do for you…" and beyond, a former White House speechwriter presents some of the greatest moments in presidential oratory.
- Michael Waldman Author, "My Fellow Americans" (Sourcebooks). He served as President Clinton's director of speechwriting.
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