Published June 30, 2006
by L. Rienner Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
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Speeches of the American Presidents, Third Edition, has two primary goals: first, to demonstrate the development of speechmaking as a political instrument for American presidents since the founding of the republic; and second, to give readers the sense of a president’s character as he addresses issues of vital importance to the nation. A president's speech could be examined in the context of the president's chief legislator role. The speech's role has changed over the years. It started as a duty and later became a power to initiate and recommend. Presidents use the power of speech as quasi-legislators to take positions, offer solutions and claim credit for successes. Reading through the speeches of the presidents is an interesting way of seeing the story of America. All of our Presidents were conscious that their words would be around for a while, and this creates greater unity in the content of the speeches and also the narrative of the country/5(4). President Obama - - Jon Favreau (speechwriter) Note: Not to be confused with the actor Jon Favreau.