Index of Primary Texts

This page is an alphabetical listing of primary rhetorical texts on the Rhetorical Goddess wiki for easy access.

A - G

Amendments to the Constitution of the United States
American Anti-Slavery Society, Constitution.
American Anti-Slavery Society, Declaration of Sentiments.
Bill_of_Rights.
Bingham, Caleb. "Extract from an Oration on Eloquence".
Chaplin, Charlie. Closing Speech from The Great Dictator.
Clay, Henry. Report of a Speech to the American Colonization Society.
Clinton, William Jefferson. "I Have Sinned".
Constitution of the United States.
Declaration_of_Independence
Debs, Eugene. "The American Movement".
Debs, Eugene. Canton, Ohio Address.
Debs, Eugene. Statement to the Court.
Douglass, Frederick. "We Have Decided to Stay".
Douglass, Frederick. On Woman Suffrage.
Douglass, Frederick. "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?"
Dubois, W. E. B. Niagara Movement Address.
Federalist no. 9
Franklin, Benjamin. On the Constitution.
Garrison, William Lloyd. Editorial "To the Public."
Garrison, William Lloyd. "No Compromise with Slavery".
Grimke, Angelina. Speech in Pennsylvania Hall.
Grimke, Sarah. Response to the Pastoral Letter.

H - M

Henry, Patrick. Speech at the Virginia Ratification Debate.
Jefferson, Thomas. Letter to Demeunier.
Jefferson, Thomas. Letter to John Holmes.
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald. Inaugural Address.
King, Martin Luther. "I Have a Dream".
Lincoln, Abraham. First Inaugural Address.
LeGuin, Ursula K. "She Unnames Them".
Lincoln, Abraham. Gettysburg Address.
Lincoln, Abraham. "A House Divided.
Lincoln, Abraham. Sanitary Fair Address.
Lincoln, Abraham. Second Inaugural Address
Mott, Lucretia "The Law of Progress".

N - Z

Nixon, Richard M. "Checkers" Speech.
Obama, Barack. State of the Union 2015.
Obama, Barack. Victory Speech, 4 November 2008
Pastoral Letter of the General Association of Massachusetts (Congregational).
Phillips, Wendell. Speech in Faneuil Hall.
Plessy v. Ferguson Excerpts.
Port_Huron_Statement.
Reagan, Ronald. Challenger Address.
Reagan, Ronald. First Inaugural Address.
Reagan, Ronald. "A Time for Choosing".
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. First Inaugural Address.
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Pearl Harbor Address.
Sarachild, Kathie. A Program for Feminist "Consciousness Raising".
Spies, Albert. Address to the Court.
Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee. Position Paper on Women in the Movement.
Suffrage Amendments to the Constitution
Washington, Booker T. Atlanta Exposition Address.

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