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Published on Dec 4, 2008
Obama's speech on race given in Philadelphia 18 March 2008, ranks alongside the great statements of equality made by Jefferson, Lincoln and Martin Luther King for its importance in American history and politics. Dr Thomas Milton Kemnitz contends that the speech should be studied also for its use of language, poetic devices and allusion. His books: An Issue This Nation Cannot Ignore is a classroom edition of his analysis and A More Perfect Union is for general reading. Both published by Royal Fireworks Press: http://rfwp.com