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A day that will live in infamy.... Nothing to fear but fear itself.... Ask not what your country can do for you.... Ich bin ein Berliner.... Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.

George H. W. Bush: Inauguration Speech (1989), Panama (1989), Kuwait (1990), State of the Union (1991), End of Gulf War (1991), Gulf War (1991)

William Jefferson Clinton: First Inauguration (1993), Health Care (1993), Normandy (1994), Oklahoma Bombing (1995), Bosnia (1995), State of the Union (1996), Balanced Budget (1997), Farewell to the Nation (2001)

George W. Bush: Inauguration Address (2001), 9/11 (2001), Ground Zero (2001), Joint Session (2001), Iraqi Freedom Operation (2003), Second Inauguration Address (2005)

Barack Obama: Inauguration (2009), Health Care (2009), Obamacare (2010), Bin Laden (2011), Reelection Victory Speech (2012), State of the Union Address (2014), Iran (2015)

These are actual historic recordings. The sound quality represents the available audio technology of the era and varies by recording.

Public Domain (P)2016 SpeechWorks, a division of SoundWorks, Inc.

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Speeches by American Presidents

Brilliant. love American history and these speeches are a part of that history and time. President Obama breathed positivity for his people. And he is a part of what they say is history.

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