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If you have found yourself tired and in desperate need of websites that contain transcripts for handfuls of speeches you are in luck. The Forensics Community has done some searching to locate sites that hold transcripts to endless amounts of pieces. Your Declamation could be a link away.
- http://www.winstonchurchill.org/learn/speeches/speeches-of-winston-churc... (100% Winston Churchill)
- http://thespeechsite.com/en/famous.shtml (a mix of American and overseas)
- http://www.famousquotes.me.uk/speeches/ (a collection of speeches from Prime Ministers, Martin Luther King Jr., and Presidents)
There you have it. Hundreds of texts for speeches seconds away. Declamation piece searching could not be easier!