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'Yes we can' – Barack Obama's lesson in American rhetoric

by David Edgar
On the fifth anniversary of Barack Obama's acceptance address, David Edgar explores what unites – and divides – the great American speeches of the last 150 years • 50 weeks ago

'Yes we can' – Barack Obama's lesson in American rhetoric

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