This Is America s Day

This Is America s Day
Author : Joe Biden
Publisher : Castle Point Books
Total Pages : 128
Release : 2021-05-11
ISBN 10 : 9781250279460
ISBN 13 : 1250279461
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

This Is America s Day Book Description:

This Is America's Day is President Biden’s moving inaugural address brought to life with photographs. On January 20, 2021, our newly-elected 46th president, Joseph R. Eiden, Jr. gave a stirring tribute to the soul of America. In it, he gave voice to our collective pain, offered us a sense of renewed purpose, and vowed to mend the deep division in our country while serving it with his "whole heart." It was truly a speech for the ages, widely acclaimed by Republicans, Democrats, citizens, and leaders the world over, and this photographic keepsake captures the moment forever. Inside you'll find the complete transcript of President Biden's speech with colorful images that tell our nation's story of enduring strength and the common values that bind us. This Is America's Day is the inspiring celebration of an historic speech that will be remembered for generations to come.


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