Index of Primary Texts Edit
This page is an alphabetical listing of primary rhetorical texts on the Rhetorical Goddess wiki for easy access.
American Anti-Slavery Society, Constitution
American Anti-Slavery Society, Declaration of Sentiments
Bill of Rights.
Bingham, Caleb. Columbian Orator exc.
Charlie Chaplin "The Great Dictator" Speech
Clay, Henry, Speech to the American Colonization Society
Clinton, William Jefferson. "I Have Sinned."
Constitution of the United States .
Declaration of Independence.
Debs, Eugene V. The American Movement.
Debs, Eugene V. Statement to the Court.
Douglass, Frederick. "On Woman's Suffrage."
Douglass, Frederick. "We Have Decided To Stay."
DuBois, W. E. B. "Address to the Nation." [Niagara Movement Address]
Federalist No. 9 [attributed to Alexander Hamilton]
Franklin, Benjamin. Speech on the Constitution.
Garrison, William Lloyd, "No Compromise with the Evil of Slavery"
Garrison, William Lloyd. Peace Declaration .
Garrison, William Lloyd. "To the Public."
Grimke, Angelina. Speech in Pennsylvania Hall.
Grimke, Sarah. Letter in Response to the Pastoral Letter of the Congregations of Massachusetts
Henry, Patrick. Speech at the Virginia Ratification Debate.
Jefferson, Thomas. Letter to Demeunier, 1786.
Jefferson, Thomas. Letter to John Holmes, 1820.
Kennedy, Edward M. Chappaquiddick Address
Kennedy, John F. Inaugural Address
King, Martin Luther. "I Have a Dream".
Lincoln, Abraham. First Inaugural Address.
Lincoln, Abraham. Gettysburg Address.
Lincoln, Abraham. Second Inaugural
Lincoln, Abraham. A House Divided
Mott, Lucretia. "The Law of Progress."
Obama, State of the Union Address 2015
Phillips, Wendell, Speech at Faneuil Hall
Plessy v. Ferguson Excerpt
Reagan, Challenger Address
Reagan, First Inaugural Address
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, First Inaugural
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pearl Harbor Address
Spies, Albert. Address to the Court.
Thucydides. Excerpts from Speeches and Debates in Thucydide's History of the Peloponnesian War
Trump, Donald John. Inaugural.
Turner, Nat. Confessions.
Washington, Booker T. Atlanta Exposition Address,
Woolman, John. Journal Excerpts.