I.f. Stone Speech On Vietnam

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I.f. Stone Speech On Vietnam
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I.f. Stone Speech On Vietnam| Date unknown. - CONTENT: I.F. Stone speech on Vietman, delivered at U.C. Berkeley. Stone was a Washington Correspondent for 25 years. He began by praising the audience for their efforts to obtain peace through the use of freedom of speech, and argued that we should not be in the Vietnam war and should fight against it with free speech. Stone argued that the government led the media and spoke about the military establishment. He asserted that the Vietnam war is a racial war. He spoke at length about Cuba and stated that we must settle our differences with Cuba through peaceful means and resume trade. Speech lasted 35 minutes, and was followed by 15 minutes of question and answer. - Broadcast date unknown.

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