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Speeches and Messages: 1968 (1 of 2)

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Title:Speeches and Messages: 1968 (1 of 2)
Contributors:Inouye, Daniel K. USS. Hawaii.
LC Subject Headings:Protest movements
Nonviolence
Speech
Totalitarianism
Date Issued:1968
Source:Speeches, Box SP 2, Folder 4
Description:This folder contains Senator Daniel K. Inouye's statements, speeches and letters written about using the Slogan Law and Order when campaigning. Senator Inouye also talks about coping with the rising levels of crime in the U.S. Regarding crime, Inouye speaks of young revolutionists or rioters who are unhappy with the U.S., which led to using violence as a means of protest. He also touches upon moments in history in which violence led to police states. Testimonials given by Senator Inouye for various political gatherings are also included in this folder, such as testimonials in which he spoke in favor of President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Pages/Duration:195 Pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10524/63264
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Coverage (Spatial):Hawaii.
Appears in Collections: Box SP2


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