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William Jefferson Clinton
Bill Clinton On Stump State and Stage: The Rhetorical Road to the White House Bill Clinton On Stump State and Stage: The Rhetorical Road to the White House by
Outstanding scholars of political communication examine President Clinton's campaign, his words, texts and the dynamics of his ability to inspire the public as the man from Hope.
Preface to the Presidency: Selected Speeches of Bill Clinton, 1974-1992 Preface to the Presidency: Selected Speeches of Bill Clinton, 1974-1992 edited by Stephen A. Smith
Bill Clinton has long been touted as a master of public speaking form and political discourse. Taken from his speeches as a twenty-seven-year-old candidate for Congress though his 1992 victory speech Preface to the Presidency reveals the power and range of his contribution to our nation's political dialogue.
Scott Joplin
Dancing to a Black Man's Tune: A Life of Scott Joplin Dancing to a Black Man's Tune: A Life of Scott Joplin by Susan Curtis
Relating the life of a significant African-American ragtime composer, a cultural portrait describes his birth to former slaves at a time when blacks were still being denied civil rights, his musical achievements, and his experiences in white society. Not really a biography, but an episodic social history.
Scott Joplin: A Life in Ragtime Scott Joplin: A Life in Ragtime by Steven Otfinoski
A biography of ragtime music's greatest composer covering his early days performing in the 1890s in the Midwest to his attempts in New York to have his opera Tremonisha published at the end of his career. For young adult readers.
Douglas MacArthur
Old Soldiers Never Die: The Life of Douglas MacArthur Old Soldiers Never Die: The Life of Douglas MacArthur by Geoffrey Perret
Here, for the first time, is a complete and accurate account of his tumultuous military career and his failed presidential ambitions. Geoffrey Perret, author of groundbreaking works on the history of the U.S. Army and the Army Air Forces in World War II, is the first biographer to have enjoyed unlimited access to MacArthur's official military records, reports, correspondence, and diaries.
Douglas MacArthur : An American Hero Douglas MacArthur : An American Hero by Barbara Silberdick Feinberg
Learn about the man whose long and brilliant military career, spanning 52 years of the twentieth century, was marked by achievement and controversy. This biography traces MacArthur's public and private life, describing his roles in both World Wars and his peacetime assignments. For readers 8 to 12 years old.

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