Speeches of Note

The best words you have and haven't heard.

Following the wildly successful Letters of Note, this new book from a New York Times bestselling author collects 75 of history's most prolific, profound, and often-unknown speeches. Peruse orations from the likes of Albert Einstein, Frederick Douglass, and Barbara Jordan, and undelivered speeches like the one prepared in case the Apollo 11 astronauts were stranded on the moon. It's a shining light into the minds and words of some of humankind's most inspiring and notorious individuals — and, potentially, a source of inspiration for your next best man speech.

  • (L)11" x (W)8.2" x(D)1.2"
  • Hardback
  • 385 Pages
  • Compiled by Shaun Usher
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