United States

New era for America

John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address is considered one of the great speeches of the twentieth century, marking a new era for America. As stirring a speech as it is, it is essentially the same speech that Dwight Eisenhower’s delivered four years earlier. Both speeches begin with salutations to the dignitaries present, swear oaths of service, …

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Iran and United States

“The United States supported the totalitarian regime of the shah. And now that Iran has become one of the freest nations, it continues its policies of sanctions and … its baseless claims against Iran. ” –Mohammad Reza Khatami, brother of Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, The New York Times, Feb. 23, 2000. “… the United States …

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Hurricane Katrina

Through out the history of United States, hurricane Katrina was stronger, deadly and costliest more than other Katrina’s that had occurred before. It led to devastating effects on the costal areas of the Gulf north and the central areas. Also, areas of New Orleans, Louisiana were catastrophic due to flooding. After many hours of severe …

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