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Hello. Does anyone out there know of anyone who has worked on the history behind the distribution of Churchill's wartime speeches in the US, and the eventual creation, promotion, and selling of records of his speeches? I know that, during the war, the American press would routinely strip out the "debate" parts of Churchill's House of Commons speeches, and present them as if they were just addresses to the nation. But I'm interested in finding out as much media history as I can about how this happened in the US.