The Candidate Losers by the Speech Resource Company audiobook

The Candidate Losers

By the Speech Resource Company
Introductions by Robert Wikstrom

The Speech Resource Company, Inc.

The Historic Moments in Speech Series

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Success in public life is often defined by winning elections, although many candidates that do not win go on to contribute publicly and make positive changes. Speeches are featured from those candidates that fell short of the votes needed to beat their rivals but continued to fight for their political ideals and issues. Produced by the Speech Resource Company and fully narrated by Robert Wikstrom Herbert Hoover Concession, 2/14/33 Thomas Dewey Nomination Acceptance, 6/24/48 Thomas Dewey Concession, 11/3/48 Adlai Stevenson Nomination Acceptance, 7/26/52 Adlai Stevenson Concession, 11/5/52 Richard Nixon concedes to John F. Kennedy, 11/8/60 Richard Nixon concedes California Governor race, 11/7/62 Barry Goldwater Nomination Acceptance, 7/16/64 Barry Goldwater concedes to Lyndon Johnson, 11/5/64 Hubert Humphrey concedes to Richard Nixon, 11/6/68 George McGovern Nomination Acceptance, 7/13/72 George McGovern concedes to Richard Nixon, 11/8/72 Ronald Reagan concedes to Gerald Ford, 8/19/76 Gerald Ford concedes to Jimmy Carter, 11/3/76 Ted Kennedy concedes to Jimmy Carter, 8/12/80 Jimmy Carter concedes to Ronald Reagan, 11/4/80 Michael Dukakis concedes to George H. W. Bush, 11/8/88 George H. W. Bush concedes to Bill Clinton, 11/3/92 Bob Dole Nomination Acceptance, 8/15/96 Bob Dole concedes to Bill Clinton, 11/5/96 Al Gore Nomination Acceptance, 8/17/2000 Al Gore concedes to George W. Bush, 12/13/2000 John Kerry concedes to George W. Bush, 11/3/2004 John McCain Nomination Acceptance, 9/4/2008 John McCain concedes to Barack Obama, 11/5/2008 Mitt Romney Nomination Acceptance, 8/30/2012 Mitt Romney concedes to Barack Obama, 11/7/2012 Hillary Clinton Nomination Acceptance, 7/28/2016 Hillary Clinton concedes to Donald Trump, 11/9/2016

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Success in public life is often defined by winning elections, although many candidates that do not win go on to contribute publicly and make positive changes. Speeches are featured from those candidates that fell short of the votes needed to beat their rivals but continued to fight for their political ideals and issues.

Produced by the Speech Resource Company and fully narrated by Robert Wikstrom

  1. Herbert Hoover Concession, 2/14/33
  2. Thomas Dewey Nomination Acceptance, 6/24/48
  3. Thomas Dewey Concession, 11/3/48
  4. Adlai Stevenson Nomination Acceptance, 7/26/52
  5. Adlai Stevenson Concession, 11/5/52
  6. Richard Nixon concedes to John F. Kennedy, 11/8/60
  7. Richard Nixon concedes California Governor race, 11/7/62
  8. Barry Goldwater Nomination Acceptance, 7/16/64
  9. Barry Goldwater concedes to Lyndon Johnson, 11/5/64
  10. Hubert Humphrey concedes to Richard Nixon, 11/6/68
  11. George McGovern Nomination Acceptance, 7/13/72
  12. George McGovern concedes to Richard Nixon, 11/8/72
  13. Ronald Reagan concedes to Gerald Ford, 8/19/76
  14. Gerald Ford concedes to Jimmy Carter, 11/3/76
  15. Ted Kennedy concedes to Jimmy Carter, 8/12/80
  16. Jimmy Carter concedes to Ronald Reagan, 11/4/80
  17. Michael Dukakis concedes to George H. W. Bush, 11/8/88
  18. George H. W. Bush concedes to Bill Clinton, 11/3/92
  19. Bob Dole Nomination Acceptance, 8/15/96
  20. Bob Dole concedes to Bill Clinton, 11/5/96
  21. Al Gore Nomination Acceptance, 8/17/2000
  22. Al Gore concedes to George W. Bush, 12/13/2000
  23. John Kerry concedes to George W. Bush, 11/3/2004
  24. John McCain Nomination Acceptance, 9/4/2008
  25. John McCain concedes to Barack Obama, 11/5/2008
  26. Mitt Romney Nomination Acceptance, 8/30/2012
  27. Mitt Romney concedes to Barack Obama, 11/7/2012
  28. Hillary Clinton Nomination Acceptance, 7/28/2016
  29. Hillary Clinton concedes to Donald Trump, 11/9/2016

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 9.44
Audience: Adult
Language: English