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  • President Obama's way with words

    "Party affiliation and policies aside, Barack Obama in eight years shared with Americans an “undeniable gift,” not likely to be seen again at the presidential level for decades to come." says Robert Rowland, University of Kansas communications professor. Here are a few excerpts from some of his speeches.

President Obama's way with words

"Party affiliation and policies aside, Barack Obama in eight years shared with Americans an “undeniable gift,” not likely to be seen again at the presidential level for decades to come." says Robert Rowland, University of Kansas communications professor. Here are a few excerpts from some of his speeches.
Nicole L. Cvetnic McClatchy