‘Day of Infamy’ Speech

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On the day after the Pearl Harbor attacks in 1941, president Franklin D. Roosevelt gave this speech informing the United States as a nation. The speech was informative and instilled unity in the audience. Students should take notes on how FDR describes the actions of the Japanese Empire. This text is for 9th grade readers.

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