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									                            Julius Caesar Major Grade
Using the elements of PATTR, thoroughly analyze Mark Antony’s “Friends, Romans,
Countryman…” speech. Then contrast and compare his speech with any of the speeches
listed on the following page. Your finished paper should compare all five portions of
PATTR and should not exceed two pages. Be certain to site specific portions of the text
to support your thoughts. You should submit your final draft to both Turnitin.com and
Classblogmeister by 8:30 the day it is due.

You may find background information on the speeches and the text on The History Place
website. http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/previous.htm

          Susan B. Anthony - On Women's Right to Vote (1873)
          Tony Blair - To the Irish Parliament (1998)
          Napoleon Bonaparte - Farewell to the Old Guard (1814)
          George Bush - Announcing War Against Iraq (1991)
          George W. Bush - Speech to Congress After September 11 (2001)
          Jimmy Carter - Tribute to Hubert Humphrey (1977)
          Neville Chamberlain - On the Nazi Invasion of Poland (1939)
          Winston Churchill - Blood, Sweat and Tears (1940)
          Winston Churchill - Their Finest Hour (1940)
          Winston Churchill - "Iron Curtain" (1946)
          Bill Clinton - "I Have Sinned" (1998)
          Bill Clinton - "I Am Profoundly Sorry" (1998)
          Edouard Daladier - Nazis' Aim is Slavery (1940)
          Frederick Douglass - The Hypocrisy of American Slavery (1852)
          Edward VIII - Abdicates the throne of England (1936)
          Elizabeth I of England - Against the Spanish Armada (1588)
          William Faulkner - On Accepting the Nobel Prize (1950)
          Gerald R. Ford - On Taking Office (1974)
          Gerald R. Ford - Pardoning Richard Nixon (1974)
          St. Francis of Assisi - Sermon to the Birds (1220)
          Cardinal Clemens von Galen - Against Nazi Euthanasia (1941)
          Giuseppe Garibaldi - Encourages His Soldiers (1860)
          William Lloyd Garrison - On the Death of John Brown (1859)
          Lou Gehrig - Farewell to Yankee Fans (1939)
          Richard Gephardt - "Life Imitates Farce" (1998)
          Al Gore - Concedes the 2000 Election (2000)
          Patrick Henry - Liberty or Death (1775)
          Harold Ickes - What is an American? (1941)
          Lyndon B. Johnson - We Shall Overcome (1965)
          Lyndon B. Johnson - Decides Not to Seek Re-election (1968)
          Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce - On Surrender to US Army (1877)
          John F. Kennedy - Inaugural Address (1961)
          John F. Kennedy - "We choose to go to the Moon" (1962)
          John F. Kennedy - Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
   John F. Kennedy - "Ich bin ein Berliner" (1963)
   Robert F. Kennedy - On the Death of Martin Luther King (1968)
   Edward M. Kennedy - "The Cause Endures" (1980)
   Edward M. Kennedy - Tribute to John F. Kennedy Jr. (1999)
   Abraham Lincoln - The Gettysburg Address (1863)
   Nelson Mandela - "I am Prepared to Die" (1964)
   George C. Marshall - The Marshall Plan (1947)
   Vyacheslav Molotov - On the Nazi Invasion of the Soviet Union
    (1941)
   Richard M. Nixon - "Checkers" (1952)
   Richard M. Nixon - Resigning the Presidency (1974)
   Richard M. Nixon - White House Farewell (1974)
   Daniel O'Connell - Justice for Ireland (1836)
   William Lyon Phelps - The Pleasure of Books (1933)
   Pope John Paul II - At Israel's Holocaust Memorial (2000)
   Ronald Reagan - Address to British Parliament (1982)
   Ronald Reagan - On the 40th Anniversary of D-Day (1984)
   Ronald Reagan - On the Challenger Disaster (1986)
   Ronald Reagan - "Tear Down this Wall" (1987)
   Maximilien Robespierre - Festival of the Supreme Being (1794)
   Franklin D. Roosevelt - First Inaugural Address (1933)
   Franklin D. Roosevelt - Third Inaugural Address (1941)
   Franklin D. Roosevelt - For a Declaration of War (1941)
   Franklin D. Roosevelt - D-Day Prayer (1944)
   Elizabeth Cady Stanton - The Destructive Male (1868)
   George Graham Vest - Tribute to Dogs (c. 1855)
   George Washington - Prevents the Revolt of his Officers (1783)
   Elie Wiesel - The Perils of Indifference (1999)
   Woodrow Wilson - The Fourteen Points (1918)

								
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