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The 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama was elected in 2008 and is the first African American to hold the office.
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Franklin D. Roosevelt Accepts Fourth Term Nomination
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Audio Clip (2:08)
Broadcast from a Pacific coast naval base to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, on July 20, 1944, Franklin D. Roosevelt accepts his party’s nomination for an unprecedented fourth presidential bid and speaks about postwar preparations now that victory is close at hand.
Nixon ResignsAudio Clip (4:16)
Audio Clip (4:16)
After the revelations of the Watergate scandal, President Richard Nixon announces to the nation on August 8, 1974, that he will resign the presidency at noon the following day.
Nixon Reelected to Presidency
Nixon Reelected to PresidencyAudio Clip (1:03)
Audio Clip (1:03)
On November 7, 1972, incumbent President Richard Nixon won a second term in a landslide victory over Democrat George McGovern. In a brief statement from the Oval Office, President Nixon promises to bring "peace with honor" in Vietnam and to usher in a "new era of peace" with the Soviet Union.
Franklin D. Roosevelt on New Deal Programs
Franklin D. Roosevelt on New Deal ProgramsAudio Clip (2:25)
Audio Clip (2:25)
In his April 28, 1935, fireside chat radio broadcast, President Franklin D. Roosevelt praises the newly adopted Works Relief Program and discusses the new Social Security Act recently introduced in Congress.
Chicago Seven Trial
Chicago Seven TrialAudio Clip (1:39)
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During a press conference on October 14, 1969, Tom Hayden, one of the defendants in the trial of the Chicago Seven, offers his view on prosecutor Thomas Foran's most recent accusations. The Chicago Seven—Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger, Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, John Froines, and Lee Weiner—were charged with conspiracy and inciting to riot for their participation in the Vietnam War protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
Lyndon Johnson's Inaugural Address
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Audio Clip (2:02)
On January 20, 1965, Lyndon B. Johnson began his first elected term as president of the United States. In his inaugural address, Johnson calls for the nation to unite toward a common goal.
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Third Inaugural Address
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Third Inaugural AddressAudio Clip (1:39)
Audio Clip (1:39)
The only U.S. president ever elected to a third term, Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered his third inaugural address on January 20, 1941. His remarks stress America’s obligation to take action during the international crisis.
Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Inaugural Address
Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Inaugural AddressAudio Clip (3:39)
Audio Clip (3:39)
On March 3, 1933, the newly elected president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, promises a country battered by the Great Depression a renewed prosperity, setting forth plans to put the government to work.
Obama on the Death of Ted Kennedy
Obama on the Death of Ted KennedyAudio Clip (3:01)
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On August 25, 2009, after a 46-year career in the Senate, Edward M. Kennedy died of brain cancer. The next day, President Barack Obama honors "one of the nation's greatest senators."
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