New Release Books by President of the United States of America

President of the United States of America is the author of Self-Determination and Change in the Middle East and North Africa (2017), Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and the Economy (2017), The People, the Sovereigns, Being a Comparison of the Government of the United States with Those of the Republics which Have Existed Before ... Edited by S. L. Gouverneur. (Biographical Sketch of the Author.)., Mr. Buchanan's Administration on the Eve of the Rebellion and other 22 books.

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Self-Determination and Change in the Middle East and North Africa

Self-Determination and Change in the Middle East and North Africa
Here is the complete text of the historic speech given by President Barack Obama on May 19, 2011 about self-determination and change in the Middle East and North Africa, plus extensive material from the State Department about Administration policy towards Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Yeman, Iraq, Iran, Israel and the Palestinians, and more. As a bonus, it also includes the full text of the speech by Obama given at Cairo University in Cairo, Egypt on June 4, 2009 calling for a new beginning between the United States and Muslims. President Obama lays out his vision for a new chapter in American diplomacy as calls for reform and democracy spread across the Middle East and North Africa. Obama declared: That story of self-determination began six months ago in Tunisia. On December 17th, a young vendor named Mohammed Bouazizi was devastated when a police officer confiscated his cart. This was not unique. It's the same kind of humiliation that takes place every day in many parts of the world -- the relentless tyranny of governments that deny their citizens dignity. Only this time, something different happened. After local officials refused to hear his complaints, this young man, who had never been particularly active in politics, went to the headquarters of the provincial government, doused himself in fuel, and lit himself on fire. There are times in the course of history when the actions of ordinary citizens spark movements for change because they speak to a longing for freedom that has been building up for years. In America, think of the defiance of those patriots in Boston who refused to pay taxes to a King, or the dignity of Rosa Parks as she sat courageously in her seat. So it was in Tunisia, as that vendor's act of desperation tapped into the frustration felt throughout the country. Hundreds of protesters took to the streets, then thousands. And in the face of batons and sometimes bullets, they refused to go home -- day after day, week after week -- until a dictator of more than two decades finally left power. The story of this revolution, and the ones that followed, should not have come as a surprise. The nations of the Middle East and North Africa won their independence long ago, but in too many places their people did not. In too many countries, power has been concentrated in the hands of a few. In too many countries, a citizen like that young vendor had nowhere to turn -- no honest judiciary to hear his case; no independent media to give him voice; no credible political party to represent his views; no free and fair election where he could choose his leader.

Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and the Economy

Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and the Economy
Advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and related fields have opened up new markets and new opportunities for progress in critical areas such as health, education, energy, economic inclusion, social welfare, and the environment. In recent years, machines have surpassed humans in the performance of certain tasks related to intelligence, such as aspects of image recognition. Experts forecast that rapid progress in the field of specialized artificial intelligence will continue. Although it is unlikely that machines will exhibit broadly-applicable intelligence comparable to or exceeding that of humans in the next 20 years, it is to be expected that machines will continue to reach and exceed human performance on more and more tasks. AI-driven automation will continue to create wealth and expand the American economy in the coming years, but, while many will benefit, that growth will not be costless and will be accompanied by changes in the skills that workers need to succeed in the economy, and structural changes in the economy. Aggressive policy action will be needed to help Americans who are disadvantaged by these changes and to ensure that the enormous benefits of AI and automation are developed by and available to all. Following up on the Administration's previous report, Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence, which was published in October 2016, this report further investigates the effects of AI-driven automation on the U.S. job market and economy, and outlines recommended policy responses. This report was produced by a team from the Executive Office of the President including staff from the Council of Economic Advisers, Domestic Policy Council, National Economic Council, Office of Management and Budget, and Office of Science and Technology Policy. The analysis and recommendations included herein draw on insights learned over the course of the Future of AI Initiative, which was announced in May of 2016, and included Federal Government coordination efforts and crosssector and public outreach on AI and related policy matters. Beyond this report, more work remains, to further explore the policy implications of AI. Most notably, AI creates important opportunities in cyberdefense, and can improve systems to detect fraudulent transactions and messages.

The People, the Sovereigns, Being a Comparison of the Government of the United States with Those of the Republics which Have Existed Before ... Edited by S. L. Gouverneur. (Biographical Sketch of the Author.).

Last Letter of Mr. Buchanan to Mr. Pakenham, on the American title to Oregon

The Northern Man with Southern Principles, and the Southern Man with American Principles: Or a View of the Comparative Claims of ... W. H. H. and M. Van Buren, Candidates for the Presidency, to the Support of Citizens of the Southern States

General Harrison in Congress. [A pamphlet advocating his election to the Presidency.]

The Life of W. H. H. ... with a History of the Wars with the British and Indians on Our North-Western Frontier. Second Edition

The Life of Major-General W. H. Harrison: Comprising a Brief Account of His Important Civil and Military Services, and an Accurate Description of the Council at Vincennes with Tecumseh, Etc

The Harrison Medal Minstrel. Comprising a Collection of the Most Popular and Patriotic Songs, Etc

Speech ... in Senate ... May 1, 1840, upon claims for seven years' half pay [by the heirs of officers engaged in the revolutionary war, etc.].

Sketch of the Life of Major-General W. H. H., comprising a brief account of his civil and military services, etc

A Sketch of the life and public services of W. H. H., Commander in chief of the North Western Army, during the war of 1812, etc

A brief History of the Public Services of Gen. W. H. Harrison ... By the editor of the Penna. Intelligence

The Memoir of J. Monroe ... Relating to His Unsettled Claims Upon the People and Government of the United States

A View of the conduct of the Executive in the foreign affairs of the United States, connected with the Mission to the French Republic 1794-6. By J. Monroe ... Illustrated by his Instructions and Correspondence and other authentic documents

2013 President Barack Obama Inaugural Address, the 2009 Obama Inaugural Address, and Campaign Speeches from the Presidential Campaign of 2012 Against Republican Mitt Romney

2013 President Barack Obama Inaugural Address, the 2009 Obama Inaugural Address, and Campaign Speeches from the Presidential Campaign of 2012 Against Republican Mitt Romney
This unique compilation includes the full official transcript of the State of the Union address delivered by President Obama before a joint session of Congress on January 28, 2014. In addition, the Inaugural Address delivered on January 21, 2013 is presented, along with several other inaugural-activity event transcripts, and the 2009 inaugural address. There is an authoritative compilation of almost 100 presidential campaign speeches given by President Barack Obama from June through October 2012, including the full text of Obama's remarks accepting the presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 6, 2012, and a transcript of the first 2012 Presidential Debate in Denver, Colorado on October 3, 2012 moderated by Jim Lehrer. Each speech is an official document with complete information on location, names of rally participants, and subjects covered.In his 2013 address, Obama stated: My fellow Americans, the oath I have sworn before you today, like the one recited by others who serve in this Capitol, was an oath to God and country, not party or faction. And we must faithfully execute that pledge during the duration of our service. But the words I spoke today are not so different from the oath that is taken each time a soldier signs up for duty or an immigrant realizes her dream. My oath is not so different from the pledge we all make to the flag that waves above and that fills our hearts with pride.They are the words of citizens and they represent our greatest hope. You and I, as citizens, have the power to set this country's course. You and I, as citizens, have the obligation to shape the debates of our time -- not only with the votes we cast, but with the voices we lift in defense of our most ancient values and enduring ideals.Let us, each of us, now embrace with solemn duty and awesome joy what is our lasting birthright. With common effort and common purpose, with passion and dedication, let us answer the call of history and carry into an uncertain future that precious light of freedom.

Theodore Roosevelt. An Autobiography. The Autobiography of Theodore Roosevelt. Condensed from the Original Edition, Supplemented by Letters, Speeches, and Other Writings, and Edited with an Introduction by Wayne Andrews. (Centennial Edition.).

The Duplicate Letters, the Fisheries and the Mississippi. Documents Relating to Transactions at the Negotiation of Ghent. Collected and Published by J. Q. Adams

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