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Unformatted text preview: It was unexpected because this type of speech was unprecedented. My favorite aspect of Obamas speech was the fact that he appeared completely unafraid and almost willing to deliver facts that he absolutely did not have to. He addresses his audience about his white grandmother when he absolutely did not need to. Most of us probably did not even know of this until this speech. It may have been unnecessary but that is what makes it so compelling. He admits to America that she has made racist remarks and judged unfairly. She raised him and taught him morals and values and she was a racist. I think his admittance to this truth is unbelievable. A More Perfect Union, as delivered by Barack Obama is undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest speeches ever. It was well written and well delivered. It was the content though, with its unprecedented honesty and purity that will secure a place in the history books....
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- Spring '08