Great Speeches In History
An introduction is to introduce people, but Christopher Robin and his friends, who have already been introduced to you, are now going to say Good-bye.
“I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth…”
1928 Democratic National Convention, Houston Texas
“A Clear call comes to us today to fight anew under the Jeffersonian banner, with the Jacksonian sword, and in the Wilsonian spirit, and crashing the gates of privilege, make Jeffersonian democracy a living force again in the lives and homes of men”
Claude Bowers, keynote address.
“We Make Mistakes. We Kill Our Own”
The heavenly bodies go in curves because that is the natural way for them to go, and the whole Newtonian universe crumpled up and was succeeded by the Einstein universe.