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Sojourner Truth: "Ain't I a Woman?

Sojourner Truth: "Ain't I a Woman?" Sojourner Truth was a former slave who became a preacher, abolitionist, and supporter of women's rights. She made her famous speech "Ain't I a Woman?" (retold here by Frances D. Gage) at a convention on women's rights in 1851 in Akron, Ohio. According to Gage, Truth made this speech in response to Protestant ministers'...

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Robespierre: "Louis Must Perish" French lawyer Maximilien Robespierre became involved in politics when he was elected to the Estates-General in 1789.

Robespierre: "Louis Must Perish" French lawyer Maximilien Robespierre became involved in politics when he was elected to the Estates-General in 1789. In 1790 he became a leader of the Jacobins, a radical group that played a dominant role in the French Revolution (1789-1799). When King Louis XVI was overthrown in August 1792, Robespierre called for a republic to replace the monarchy....

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Nixon's Resignation Speech Nixon's Resignation Speech August 8, 1974 Richard Milhous Nixon was the first United States president in history to resign from office.

Nixon's Resignation Speech Nixon's Resignation Speech August 8, 1974 Richard Milhous Nixon was the first United States president in history to resign from office. The continuing Watergate scandal and the likelihood of impeachment prompted Nixon to resign, although he admitted to no wrongdoing. He was eventually pardoned for all possible crimes by his successor, President Gerald Ford. Good evening: This is the 37th...

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Nixon's Checkers Speech Under attack for having used a secret campaign fund for his personal expenses, Richard M.

Nixon's Checkers Speech Under attack for having used a secret campaign fund for his personal expenses, Richard M. Nixon, then a California senator and vice presidential candidate, made this famous speech on national television. The speech has come to be named the Checkers Speech, because of a reference to the Nixon family's dog, Checkers. Checkers Speech Richard M. Nixon September 23, 1952 My fellow...

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Nelson Mandela's Inaugural Address Nobel Peace Prize winner and former political prisoner, Nelson Mandela, was elected president of the Republic of South Africa in April 1994 in the country's first multiracial elections.

Nelson Mandela's Inaugural Address Nobel Peace Prize winner and former political prisoner, Nelson Mandela, was elected president of the Republic of South Africa in April 1994 in the country's first multiracial elections. Previously, South Africa had been ruled under the restrictions of apartheid, a policy of racial segregation. Mandela delivered the following inaugural address on May 10, 1994, in Pretoria, South...

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John Winthrop: "A City Upon a Hill" In 1629 English attorney and Puritan John Winthrop was chosen by the Massachusetts Bay Company, an English trading firm, to govern its colony in New England.

John Winthrop: "A City Upon a Hill" In 1629 English attorney and Puritan John Winthrop was chosen by the Massachusetts Bay Company, an English trading firm, to govern its colony in New England. Winthrop and 700 Puritan settlers set sail from Yarmouth, England, in March 1630 and landed at what is now Salem, Massachusetts, on June 12. While bound for...

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Lincoln: "The Monstrous Injustice of Slavery" Abraham Lincoln had settled into his Illinois law practice in 1854 when the United States Congress passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act.

Lincoln: "The Monstrous Injustice of Slavery" Abraham Lincoln had settled into his Illinois law practice in 1854 when the United States Congress passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act. This law removed the north-south dividing line between free and slave territory that had been created by the 1820 Missouri Compromise, and allowed the two new states to decide for themselves whether to allow slavery....

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Lincoln: "A House Divided" At the 1858 state Republican convention in Springfield, Illinois, the Republican Party's United States Senate candidate for Illinois and future president Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous "House Divided" speech.

Lincoln: "A House Divided" At the 1858 state Republican convention in Springfield, Illinois, the Republican Party's United States Senate candidate for Illinois and future president Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous "House Divided" speech. Many politicians viewed Lincoln's speech as radical. Stephen A. Douglas, the Democratic Party's candidate, accused Lincoln of taking an unreasonably hard line against slavery and said he was...

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Franklin Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech In this famous speech, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt lists the unprovoked attacks by Japan and details America's reasons for declaring war.

Franklin Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech In this famous speech, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt lists the unprovoked attacks by Japan and details America's reasons for declaring war. After the devastation at Pearl Harbor, the United States could no longer remain detached from the events in Europe and Asia. After this speech and the ensuing congressional vote, the United States entered the fray...

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Franklin Roosevelt's First Inaugural Address Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered this address on March 4, 1933.

Franklin Roosevelt's First Inaugural Address Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered this address on March 4, 1933. Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Inaugural Address I am certain that my fellow Americans expect that on my induction into the Presidency I will address them with a candor and a decision which the present situation of our Nation impels. This is preeminently the time to speak the...

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Churchill: "The Sinews of Peace" On March 5, 1946, in a

Churchill: "The Sinews of Peace" On March 5, 1946, in a speech before Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, the great English statesman and World War II (1939-1945) leader Winston Churchill intoned his famous warning: "From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the Continent." He coined the phrase iron curtain, still used today,...

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Chief Joseph: "I Will Fight No More Forever" In 1877 the United States opened up Nez Perce lands in the Oregon Territory to mining and other public use.

Chief Joseph: "I Will Fight No More Forever" In 1877 the United States opened up Nez Perce lands in the Oregon Territory to mining and other public use. Rather than relocate to a reservation, a group of the Nez Perce people led by Chief Joseph chose to retreat to Canada. With United States Army troops led by General Oliver O....

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Silk Road - history.

Silk Road - history. I INTRODUCTION Silk Road Beginning in about 100 bc, a network of overland trade routes developed to carry goods between Asia and Europe. The earliest, most direct, and most heavily used route came to be known as the Silk Road, for the precious Chinese cloth that was traded abundantly on it. The routes waxed and waned over the centuries with...

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Qing Dynasty - history.

Qing Dynasty - history. I INTRODUCTION Qing Dynasty The Qing dynasty was established by a nomadic tribe known as the Jurchen, who lived in what is now Manchuria. Though not native Chinese, the Jurchen adopted many elements of Chinese culture. They adapted most of their governmental structure from that of the previous Ming dynasty. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - history. Qing Dynasty, 1644-1911, also...

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Ottoman Empire - history.

Ottoman Empire - history. I INTRODUCTION Rise and Fall of the Ottoman Empire © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - history. Ottoman Empire, dynastic state centered in what is now Turkey, founded in the late 13th century and dismantled in the early 20th century. At its height in the mid-1500s, at the end of the reign of Süleyman I, the Ottoman Empire controlled a...

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Mao Zedong - history.

Mao Zedong - history. I INTRODUCTION Mao Zedong Mao Zedong led the Chinese Communist movement in the 1930s and 1940s, and became ruler of China in 1949. Mao strayed from the Soviet Marxist model, attempting to build a socialist society based on peasant farming rather than a centralized, bureaucratic, industrialized economy. In Mao's speech to the 1956 party congress, he spoke of the need...

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Han Dynasty - history.

Han Dynasty - history. I INTRODUCTION Han Dynasty During the Han dynasty (206 bc-ad 220), Confucianism was the philosophical basis of government. For the first time in China's history, a person's qualifications began to play an important part in the selection of public officials. Overland trade routes were expanded into Europe, and Chinese culture became an influence in neighboring countries. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights...

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Le comique

Depuis la Poétique d'Aristote, on oppose la comédie qui doit faire rire à la tragédie qui doit susciter terreur et pitié. Progressivement, les aspects comiques se sont codifiés et ils sont devenus aisément identifiables. Leur fonction est-elle cependant uniquement de provoquer le rire du spectateur? Le problème posé est celui de la définition du genre comique et de...

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Argumentation efficace

La littérature offre un cadre formel à l´argumentation à travers le choix de formes littéraires : genres et types de textes. Introduction : L'objectif du discours argumentatif consiste soutenir une thèse (un point de vue), à propos d'un thème, qui réponde à une problématique. Argumenter consiste donc à définir la meilleure stratégie pour faire connaître son opinion...

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Le ‘’ roman de Romand ‘’ : etude de sur le genre litteraire de l’Adversaire

Le ‘’ roman de Romand ‘’ : etude de sur le genre litteraire de l’Adversaire   Idee generale : l’Adversaire est un texte qui est ambigue sur le plan generique ( genre) = c’est ce qui fait son interet Cette incertitude = melange entre realite et fiction ( imaginaire). Rien est inventer,mais certains elements sont imaginer par EC ( quand il...

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Biographie de Soliman le Magnifique

Soliman le Magnifique Date & lieu de naissance/mort : 21 septembre 1520 à Trabzon en Turquie 7 septembre 1566 à Szigetvar en Hongrie Etude/jeunesse : À l'âge de sept ans, il fut envoyé à l'école du palais de Topkap? à Constantinople pour y étudier les sciences, l'histoire, la littérature, la...

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Les choses

Fiche de lecture Les Choses de Georges Pérec 1. Biographie de l'auteur Issu d'une famille de juifs polonais, Georges Pérec (de son vrai nom Peretz) est né à Paris le 7 mars 1936. Son père est tué en ...

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« À l'ère du numérique, le secret doit céder la place à la transparence. Seuls ceux qui ont quelque chose à cacher doivent la craindre. »

Enoncé : « À l'ère du numérique, le secret doit céder la place à la transparence. Seuls ceux qui ont quelque chose à cacher doivent la craindre. « Lors du dernier siècle, l'être humain a connu énormément de progrès tant sur le plan numérique que sur le plan technologique. Nous sommes passé d'une époque...

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Toute conaissance vient elle de l'expérience

Toute connaissance vient-elle de l'expérience? I Au niveau de la vie quotidienne l'expérience est une partie nécessaire pour toute connaissance l'expérience se fait grâce à une répétition...

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L'Etat

L'ÉTAT EN AFRIQUE FlTlLA BURUNDI TRADUCTION AHMADOU AHIDJO AFRIQUE DU SUD La banalisation de I'État africain A propos de L'État en Afrique de J.-F. Bayart" A bien y réfléchir, la formulation du titre surprenp. Comment se fait-il que cet Etat aux mille racines anthropologiques et historiques, que cet Etat bien africain, se trouve véritablement métamorphosé-en une abstraction stylistique (L'Etat en...). Car à lire et relire l'ouvrage, on n'y trouve pas de_ définition même minimale de l'Etat,...

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