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Barack Obama: Democratic National Convention 2004

Now that the decision is final, I think it’s time to look back how the Obamania began. The keynote address at the DNC in 2004 is considered the breakthrough moment for Barack Obama.

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A full transcript can be found at American Rhetoric. Read more about the speech.

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Dan Rather: At the DNC

Former CBS Anchorman, Dan Rather, who covered conventions since 1956, spoke at an independent media outlet at the DNC about the current situation of today’s mainstream media.

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Speeches from the DNC

If you haven’t had enough, here is the list of speeches I promised earlier this week. If you don’t know with which to start, I would recommend the speeches from Joe Biden, Dick Durbin, Martin Luther King III, John Lewis, Claire McCaskill, Ted Kennedy, Maya Soetoro-Ng and Mark Warner.

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Barney Smith: At the DNC

Imagine standing in front of the Democratic National Convention, in front of thousands of people…

Barney Smith is definitely not a professional speaker or a Toastmaster. But he stood in front of all those people and got standing ovations (including from Joe Biden).

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Jesse Jackson Jr.: Obama Is The Leader We Need Right Now

If I’d have to choose my favourite speech regarding style, this would be the one. Jesse Jackson Jr.’s speech definitely has a powerful and unique style.

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