The Ideals of the Republic; Or, Great Words from Great Americans
G.P. Putnams̕ Sons, 1889 - Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 207 pages
Includes the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and addresses by Washington and Lincoln.
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