The March 1775 Boston Massacre Oration
In a tense March 1775 speech before both hostile British soldiers and sympathetic townspeople at Old South Meeting House, Joseph Warren crisply defined Patriotic grievances and asserted a vision of American Liberty. Sporting a toga during the influential speech, Warren delivered a compelling view of America’s past, its immediate challenges, and its future. Join Dr. Samuel Forman for an illustrated discussion of Warren’s costumed speech and what it suggests about the Patriot vision for America.
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