Regardless of your political persuasion, Abbott ePublishing's new eBook, Ted Kennedy: Selected Statements & Speeches, will be a great addition to the eLibrary of any political junkie.
He was the Lion of the Senate - the third-longest serving US Senator in history, the Leader of Liberalism and the man who carried on the Kennedy Legacy until his death in August, 2009.
This Abbott ePublishing eBook contains his most important and memorable speeches and statements: from his moving eulogy of his brother Robert F. Kennedy, to his stirring call on behalf of liberalism - "and the dream shall never die" - at the 1980 Democrat Convention where his personal dreams of achieving the presidency lie shattered on the stage.
This is a selection of his prime statements and speeches, and while just a selection, it is amazingly complete:
* Announcement of Campaign for U.S. Senate March 14, 1962
* Maiden Speech on the Floor of the U.S. Senate April 9, 1964
* Eulogy for Robert F. Kennedy June 8, 1968
* Calling for an End to the Vietnam War: “Hamburger Hill” Speech May 20, 1969
* Address to the People of Massachusetts on Chappaquiddick July 25, 1969
* Remarks at the Dedication of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Oct. 20, 1979
* 1980 DNC Speech “The Dream Shall Never Die” Aug. 12, 1980
* Faith, Truth and Tolerance in America Oct. 3, 1983
* “Star Wars” Speech. Brown University Commencement June 4, 1983
* Robert Bork’s America June 23, 1987
* Floor Statement Praising the Passage of the ADA Sept. 7, 1989
* Peace for the People of Northern Ireland Jan. 9, 1998
* Iraq: A War of Choice Sept. 27, 2002
* Remarks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library April 28, 2007
* Standing Against Hate: Matthew Shepard Act Sept. 25, 2007
* 2008 DNC Convention Speech “And the Dream Lives On” Aug. 25, 2008
* Passing the Torch to a New Generation Jan. 28, 2008
* Statement at the Signing of the Serve America Act April 21, 2009
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