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'My Fellow Americans': Presidential Speeches

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'My Fellow Americans': Presidential Speeches

'My Fellow Americans': Presidential Speeches

'My Fellow Americans': Presidential Speeches

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To mark President's Day, NPR's Bob Edwards talks to Clinton White House speech writer Michael Waldman about "negative" campaign rhetoric and how politicians have used it over the generations. Waldman is author of the book My Fellow Americans: The Most Important Speeches of America's Presidents, from George Washington to George W. Bush.

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