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Category:History
Speeches that Shaped the World
Alan J Whiticker
J-2762  
Rs.350  
296p  
ISBN 978-93-86867-80-3  
38 Speeches from Great Leaders
M. K. GANDHI, NELSON MANDELA, STEVE JOBS, STEPHEN HAWKING, MALALA YOUSAFZAI, BARACK OBAMA and others


The passing of time allows many speeches to take on a deeper meaning and poignancy. Others have become an iconic part of our times.

Alan J. Whiticker’s Speeches that Shaped the World is a collection of the most potent and memorable speeches throughout history. These speeches highlight recurring themes such as politics and power, war and peace, civil rights and human rights. What they all have in common is the power to inspire—emotionally, politically and socially.

In this brilliant collection, many of history’s greatest orators and pivotal moments are featured—Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’, Winston Churchill’s ‘We Shall Fight on the Beaches’, Mahatma Gandhi’s ‘Quit India’, Malala Yousafzai’s ‘A World at School Speech’, Steve Jobs’ ‘Stanford University Commencement Address’, Barack Obama’s ‘Gun Safety Reform’ to name a few.

Different eras and many nations are represented within these pages. Each speech is presented along with its historical context and the biographical background of the speaker to enhance your reading experience.

Alan J. Whiticker is an Australian non-fiction author and publisher, with over 40 published books, including Speeches that Changed the World. He is a former teacher and lecturer but now works as a freelance writer and commissioning editor for a publishing company.

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Category:Autobiographies and Biographies
Speeches that Changed the World (With CD)
Alan J. Whiticker
J-2002 CD  
Rs.399  
296p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-084-7  
Also Includes Free Audio CD
GREAT SPEECHES OF THE WORLD


Speeches that Changed the World is a collection of the most important speeches given since the year 1900. There are speeches about power and about equality. There are speeches of hate and those of hope, of compassion and sorrow, politics and diplomacy, war and peace, freedom and justice. What they have in common is the rhetoric – the power of persuasion.

These speeches carry the hopes and regrets of our modern world, and become even more powerful and poignant with the passage of time.
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