Menuscript- Harsh Patel

Menuscript- Harsh Patel - Harsh Patel COMM110 Nelson...

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Harsh Patel COMM110 Nelson Mandela Speech Accepting the Congressional Gold Medal PRESIDENT CLINTON, MR. SPEAKER, DISTINGUISHED  MEMBERS OF THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE, LADIES   AND  GENTLEMEN:   THERE'S ONE REGRET I'VE HAD THROUGHOUT MY LIFE --  THAT I NEVER BECAME THE HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING  CHAMPION OF THE WORLD. I WOULD LIKE MY FRIEND,  EVANDER HOLYFIELD , TO 
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Harsh Patel COMM110 KNOW THAT TODAY, I FEEL LIKE THE HEAVYWEIGHT  BOXING CHAMPION OF THE WORLD. IT HAS BEEN MY GREAT PRIVILEGE TO SERVE A PEOPLE  WHOSE BONDAGE TO AN INHUMAN SYSTEM EVOKED THE  SOLIDARITY OF ALL THOSE WHO LOVE FREEDOM AND  JUSTICE -- A PEOPLE WHOSE TRIUMPH OVER THE  DIVISIONS OF RACIST DOCTRINE HAS GIVEN NEW LIFE TO  HUMANITY'S HOPES FOR A WORLD WITHOUT HATRED OR  DISCRIMINATION. 
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Harsh Patel COMM110 I AM CONSCIOUS THAT IN BESTOWING THE  CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL  UPON ME, YOU ARE  EVOKING THESE BONDS BETWEEN OUR NATIONS, AND 
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course CISC 113 taught by Professor Doreencornell during the Spring '10 term at bucks.edu.

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