Presidential Documents : The Speeches, Proclamations, and Policies That Have Shaped the Nation from Washington to Clinton

Presidential Documents : The Speeches, Proclamations, and Policies That Have Shaped the Nation from Washington to Clinton

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基本説明

Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. John F, Kennedy's Speech at the Berlin Wall. Ronald Reagan's announcement of the 'Star Wars' missile defence concept. Clinton's denial of his White house affair with Monica Lewinsky.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            1  (4)
President George Washington's First Inaugural 5 (3)
Address, 30 April 1789
President George Washington to Secretary of 8 (1)
the Treasury Alexander Hamilton, 16 February
1791 -- The Evolution of the Cabinet and
President George Washington to Secretary of
State Thomas Jefferson, 25 November 1791 --
The Evolution of the Cabinet
President George Washington's Proclamation on 9 (2)
Resistance to the Excise Tax, 15 September
1792
President George Washington's Proclamation of 11 (1)
Neutrality, 22 April 1793
President George Washington's Proclamations 12 (5)
on the Whiskey Insurrection, 7 August; 25
September 1794
Washington on the Role of the Army - 17 (1)
President George Washington to Major General
Daniel Morgan, 27 March 1795
President George Washington's Farewell 18 (7)
Address, 17 September 1796
President John Adams' Report to Congress on 25 (2)
the XYZ Affair, 19 March 1798
President John Adams' Commission of John 27 (1)
Marshall as Chief Justice, 31 January 1801
President Thomas Jefferson's First Inaugural 28 (3)
Address, 4 March 1801
President Thomas Jefferson's First Annual 31 (2)
Message to Congress, 8 December 1801
President Thomas Jefferson on the Importance 33 (2)
of New Orleans, 18 April 1802
President Thomas Jefferson's Request for 35 (3)
Appropriations for the Lewis and Clark
Expedition, 18 January 1803
President Thomas Jefferson's Recommendation 38 (1)
to End the African Slave Trade, 2 December
1806
President Thomas Jefferson's Embargo Message, 38 (1)
18 December 1807
President Thomas Jefferson Discusses the 39 (2)
Non-Intercourse Act, 1 March 1809 and
Jefferson to Pierre Samuel du Pont de
Nemours, 2 March 1809
President James Madison's Proclamation on 41 (2)
West Florida, 27 October 1810
President James Madison's Proclamation 43 (1)
Resuming Trade with France, 2 November 1810
President James Madison's War Message to 44 (3)
Congress, 1 June 1812
President James Madison's Veto of the Second 47 (3)
Bank of the United States, 30 January 1815
and President James Madison's Recommendation
for a Second Bank of the United States, 5
December 1815
President James Monroe Comments on the 50 (1)
Missouri Compromise - Monroe to Thomas
Jefferson, 19 February 1820
President James Monroe's Veto of the 51 (3)
Cumberland Road Bill, 4 May 1822
The Monroe Doctrine, 2 December 1823 54 (2)
President John Quincy Adams' Broad Plan of 56 (3)
Internal Improvements, 6 December 1825
President Andrew Jackson's First Inaugural 59 (2)
Address, 4 March 1829
President Andrew Jackson's Volunteer Toast, 61 (1)
13 April 1830
President Andrew Jackson's Veto of the 62 (3)
Maysville Road Bill, 27 May 1830
President Andrew Jackson's Veto of the Bank 65 (5)
Bill, 10 July 1832
President Andrew Jackson's Proclamation to 70 (6)
the People of South Carolina, 10 December 1832
President Andrew Jackson Orders Federal 76 (1)
Troops to Suppress a Labor Strike, 29 January
1834
President Andrew Jackson's Message on the 77 (3)
Removal of Southern Indians, 7 December 1835
President Andrew Jackson's Farewell Address, 80 (7)
4 March 1837
President Martin Van Buren's Independent 87 (4)
Treasury Message, 4 September 1837
President Martin Van Buren's Proclamation of 91 (1)
Neutrality in the Caroline Affair, 5 January
1838
President John Tyler's Request for 92 (1)
Ratification of the Webster-Ashburton Treaty
between the United States and Great Britain,
11 August 1842
President John Tyler's Response to Governor 93 (2)
Samuel W. King of Rhode Island, 28 May 1842
President John Tyler's Message Urging the 95 (3)
Annexation of Texas, 22 April 1844
President John Tyler's Veto of the Revenue 98 (1)
Cutters and Steamers Bill, 20 February 1845
President James K. Polk's Comments on Texas 99 (3)
and Oregon in His Inaugural Address, 4 March
1845
President James K. Polk's Corollaries to the 102(2)
Monroe Doctrine, 2 December 1845
President James K. Polk's War Message to 104(2)
Congress, 11 May 1846
President James K. Polk's Announcement of the 106(2)
Discovery of Gold in California, 5 December
1848
President Zachary Taylor's Recommendation of 108(1)
Statehood for California, 4 December 1849
President Zachary Taylor's Request for 109(2)
Ratification of the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty
between the United States and Great Britain,
22 April 1850
President Millard Fillmore's Defense of the 111(2)
Compromise of 1850, 2 December 1850
President Franklin Pierce's Request for 113(1)
Ratification of the Treaty of Kanagawa
between the United States and Japan, 12 July
1854
President James Buchanan's Inaugural Address, 114(3)
4 March 1857
President James Buchanan's Views on the 117(3)
Secession, 3 December 1860
President Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural 120(7)
Address, 4 March 1861
President Abraham Lincoln's Message to 127(5)
Congress, 4 July 1861
The Emancipation Proclamation, 1 January 1863 132(2)
President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg 134(1)
Address, 19 November 1863
President Abraham Lincoln's Plan for 135(3)
Reconstruction, 8 December 1863
President Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural 138(2)
Address, 4 March 1865
President Andrew Johnson Informs Congress 140(2)
that the Union Is Restored, 4 December 1865
President Andrew Johnson's Veto of the 142(4)
Freedmen's Bureau, 19 February 1866
President Andrew Johnson's Veto of the Civil 146(4)
Rights Act, 27 March 1866
President Andrew Johnson's Defense of His 150(4)
Views on Reconstruction, 3 December 1867
President Ulysses S. Grant's Decision Not to 154(2)
Dispatch Federal Troops to Quell a Race Riot
in South Carolina, 26 July 1876
President Ulysses S. Grant's Acknowledgment 156(1)
of His Political Mistakes, 5 December 1876
President Rutherford B. Hayes' Decision to 157(1)
Remove Federal Troops from the South, Ending
Reconstruction, 22 April 1877
President Rutherford B. Hayes' Reflections on 158(1)
the Great Railroad Strikes, 5 August 1877
President James A. Garfield's Reflections on 159(1)
Political Patronage, 6--13 June 1881
President Chester A. Arthur Champions Civil 160(4)
Service Reform, 4 December 1882
President Grover Cleveland Vetoes Disaster 164(2)
Relief Legislation, 16 February 1887
President Grover Cleveland Attacks High 166(4)
Protective Tariffs, 3 December 1888
President Benjamin Harrison Retraces George 170(2)
Washington's Inaugural Route a Century Later,
30 April 1889
President Benjamin Harrison Announces the 172(2)
Construction of a Great Naval Fleet, 6
December 1892
President Grover Cleveland's Decision to Send 174(2)
Troops to Chicago to Counter the Pullman
Strike, 8 July 1894
President Grover Cleveland's Defense of the 176(5)
Gold Standard, 28 January 1895
President Grover Cleveland's Threat of War 181(3)
with England, 17 December 1895
President William McKinley's Decision to Wage 184(9)
War on the Spanish Empire, 11 April 1898
President William McKinley's Explanation of 193(2)
the Acquisition of the Philippine Islands, 21
November 1899
President Theodore Roosevelt's Denunciation 195(5)
of ``Bad'' Trusts, 3 December 1901
President Theodore Roosevelt's Decision to 200(3)
Invoke Federal Legal Power against Financier
J. P. Morgan, 5 September 1903
President Theodore Roosevelt Announces the 203(3)
``Roosevelt Corollary'' to the Monroe
Doctrine, 6 December 1904
President Theodore Roosevelt Announces the 206(5)
Acquisition of the Panama Canal Zone, 7
December 1903
President Theodore Roosevelt on the 211(2)
Importance of Conservation, 11 November 1907
President William Howard Taft's Denunciation 213(1)
of Fellow Republican Theodore Roosevelt, 10
November 1912
President William Howard Taft's Espousal of 214(3)
``Dollar Diplomacy,'' 3 December 1912
President Woodrow Wilson Inaugurates the 217(3)
Presidential Press Conference, 22 March 1913
President Woodrow Wilson on the Establishment 220(3)
of the Federal Reserve System, 23 June 1913
President Woodrow Wilson's Agreement to the 223(2)
Re-segregation of the Federal Government, 23
July 1913, 29 July 1913, 8 September 1913
President Woodrow Wilson Orders the Invasion 225(3)
of Mexico, 20 April 1914
President Woodrow Wilson's Message of War 228(8)
against Germany, 2 April 1917
President Woodrow Wilson's ``Fourteen 236(6)
Points'' Plan for Ending the War, 8 January
1918
President Warren G. Harding's First Annual 242(1)
Message, 6 December 1921
President Warren G. Harding's Confession of 243(1)
Incompetence, May 1922
President Calvin Coolidge's ``Secret'' Press 244(2)
Conference, 22 April 1927
President Herbert Hoover's Vision of 246(1)
Prosperity, 4 March 1929
President Herbert Hoover's Comments on the 247(3)
Stock Market Crash, 5 November 1929
President Herbert Hoover's Veto of a Bill for 250(2)
Public Power Authority in the Tennessee
Valley, 3 March 1931
President Herbert Hoover's Prescription for 252(3)
Combating the Depression, 31 May 1932
President Herbert Hoover's Comments on the 255(1)
Veteran's ``Bonus Army,'' 28 July 1932
President Herbert Hoover Defends His 256(3)
Political Principles, 12 October 1932
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's First 259(4)
Inaugural Address, 4 March 1933
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's First 263(4)
``Fireside Chat,'' 12 March 1933
President Franklin D. Roosevelt Introduces 267(3)
the ``Good Neighbor Policy,'' 12 April 1933
President Franklin D. Roosevelt Supports the 270(1)
Principle of Collective Bargaining, 5 July
1935
President Franklin D. Roosevelt Advocates 271(2)
Social Security, 14 August 1935
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Attempt to 273(6)
``Reform'' the Supreme Court, 5 February 1937
President Franklin D. Roosevelt Announces the 279(3)
``Lend-Lease'' Plan to Aid Great Britain, 10
June 1941
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Message of 282(2)
War against Japan, 8 December 1941
President Harry S. Truman Announces the 284(1)
Dropping of an Atomic Bomb on Japan, 6 August
1945
President Harry S. Truman Announces the 285(6)
``Truman Doctrine'' to Counter the Soviet
Union, 12 March 1947
President Harry S. Truman Announces 291(1)
Diplomatic Recognition of the State of
Israel, 14 May 1948
President Harry S. Truman's ``Whistlestop'' 292(2)
Campaign for Reelection, 11 October 1948
President Harry S. Truman Fires General 294(3)
Douglas MacArthur, 11 April 1951
President Dwight D. Eisenhower Calls for the 297(3)
Interstate Highway System, 22 February 1955
President Dwight D. Eisenhower Calls for 300(3)
``Open Skies'' to End the Cold War, 21 July
1955
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Decision to 303(4)
Send Federal Troops to Integrate Little Rock
High School, 24 September 1957
President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Comments on 307(4)
the ``Military-Industrial Complex,'' 17
January 1961
President John F. Kennedy's Inaugural 311(3)
Address, 20 January 1961
President John F. Kennedy Introduces the 314(4)
Peace Corps, 1 March 1961
President John F. Kennedy Confronts the Cuban 318(2)
Missile Crisis, 27 October 1962
President John F. Kennedy Addresses the 320(5)
Nation on Civil Rights, 11 June 1963
President John F. Kennedy Speaks at the 325(1)
Berlin Wall, 26 June 1963
President Lyndon B. Johnson's ``Great 326(4)
Society'' Plan, 22 May 1964
President Lyndon B. Johnson Signs the Civil 330(3)
Rights Bill of 1964, 2 July 1964
President Lyndon B. Johnson's Early 333(3)
Foreboding about the War in Vietnam, 11 June
1964
President Richard M. Nixon Announces the 336(6)
Invasion of Cambodia, 28 April 1970
President Richard M. Nixon Speaks on the 342(2)
Desegregation of Southern Schools, 25 May 1971
President Richard M. Nixon and the 344(2)
``Opening'' of China, 27 February 1972
President Richard M. Nixon Resigns from 346(4)
Office, 9 August 1974
President Gerald R. Ford Pardons Richard M. 350(3)
Nixon, 8 September 1974
President Jimmy Carter Returns the Canal Zone 353(7)
to Panama, 1 February 1978
President Jimmy Carter Presides over the 360(2)
Peace Treaty between Egypt and Israel, 26
March 1979
President Jimmy Carter Announces the Failure 362(3)
of the Iranian Hostage Rescue Mission, 25
April 1980
President Ronald Reagan Denounces the Soviet 365(3)
Union as an ``Evil Empire,'' 8 March 1983
President Ronald Reagan Announces the ``Star 368(3)
Wars'' Missile Defense Concept, 23 March 1983
President Ronald Reagan Addresses the Nation 371(2)
on the Challenger Tragedy, 28 January 1986
President Ronald Reagan Announces Arms 373(3)
Control Agreement with the Soviet Union, 1
December 1987
President George Bush Announces War in the 376(4)
Persian Gulf, 16 January 1991
President Bill Clinton Proclaims the North 380(5)
Atlantic Free Trade Agreement, 8 December 1993
President Bill Clinton Denies White House 385(1)
Affair, 26 January 1998
President Bill Clinton's Comments at the End 386(3)
of the Attempt to Remove Him from Office, 12
February 1999
Index 389