Author: Barack Obama, Maureen Harrison (Editor), Steve Gilbert (Editor)
Translator: Na-gyong Lee
436 pages | 223*152mm
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About This Book
Featuring 21 Obama speeches both in original English text and in Korean translation!
Barack Obama is currently a very important figure on the American political landscape as he seeks the Democratic nomination for President in the forthcoming 2008 election. His multiracial heritage, his gift of oratory, and his novelty to the American media have made him a household name in just a very few short years. Now for those who wish to know more about this remarkable politician who currently serves as the junior senator from Illinois in the federal congress, "Barack Obama: Speeches 2002-2006" is available to the reading public. Compiled and co-edited by Maureen Harrison & Steve Gilbert, this compendium of Obama's public speeches in a variety of settings and before diverse audiences will provide an informed and informative resource for Obama's statements and positions on global warming, the Iraq war, the Walter Reed Hospital scandal, and other critically important social and political issues of our time. Everyone, regardless of their party affiliation, who has an interest in the outcome of the 2008 presidential elections needs to give a careful reading to what Obama has had to say and the positions he has taken in "Barack Obama: Speeches 2002-2006". --MidwestBookReview.com
Read the inspirational words of this promising Presidential candidate, and see what he envisions for the future of America. From his anti-Iraq War speech of 2002 through his 2006 World AIDS Day speech, all nineteen speeches in this book have as their common message the politics of hope.