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Speeches and Messages: 1963-1964
|Title:||Speeches and Messages: 1963-1964|
|Contributors:||Inouye, Daniel K. USS. Hawaii.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Capital Punishment|
African Americans--Civil RIghts
Constitutional law--U.S. states
|Source:||Speeches, Box SP 2, Folder 2|
|Description:||This folder contains speeches from Senator Daniel K. Inouye concerning a bill in which he talks about changing the attitudes of others toward the African American community, injustice, and the treatment of African Americans. Inouye addresses the 442nd Banquet attendees, while also speaking of the increase in crime rate in the U.S., ways in which crime can be reduced and Senator Goldwater's unwillingness to help remove causes of crime in Florida. Inouye also talks about the violation of the U.S. Constitution, the authorization of temporary stays of execution for prisoners in the U.S. and budget cuts to specific government programs.|
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|Coverage (Spatial):||Washington (D.C.)|
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