Lyndon B. Johnson: Remarks on Signing the Civil Rights Bill

On July 2nd, 1964, Lyndon B. Johnson addressed the people to deliver some remarks about the Civil Rights Act he was about to sign this day.

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Malcolm X: The ballot or the bullet

Malcolm X’s speech delivered on April 3, 1964 in Cleveland, OH, was ranked 7 in the "Top 100 American speeches of the 20th century" published by University of Wisconsin-Madison and Texas A & M University in 1999.

Transcript at AmericanRhetoric

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Martin Luther King Jr: I’ve been to the Mountain Top

A few months ago I started this blog with the speech by Martin Luther King Jr as the first post. And at that time I saved this spoken gem especially for this moment: the 100th speech.

An audio version and transcript is available at American Rhetoric.

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Martin Luther King, Jr: I have a dream

Is there any speech, that would be a better choice to start this collection of great speeches?

For those who never have heard it and those who like to hear it again.

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