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Speeches and Messages: 1969-1970
|Title:||Speeches and Messages: 1969-1970|
|Contributors:||Inouye, Daniel K. USS. Hawaii.|
Yempuku, Paul. Hawaii Hochi, Ltd.. President.
|LC Subject Headings:||Vietnam War, 1961-1974.|
Banks and banking.
United States. Federal Reserve Board.
|Source:||Speeches, Box SP 2, Folder 6|
|Description:||This folder contains correspondence regarding invitations to various conventions or events, including various statements and speeches of Senator Daniel K. Inouye. In his speeches Inouye talks about the division of the banker from the community, the veto power of the Federal Reserve Board, the similarities between Vietnam and Israel. The senator also gives reasons why Americans became involved with the Vietnam War. He also notes reasons to be proud of being a citizen of the U.S., the history of the Military Assistance Program, and the U.S.'s commitment to giving aid to countries in need.|
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