'Silent Majority' Speech
President Nixon talked to the nation about the prospects for peace in Vietnam. He outlined a program of “Vietnamization” in which the U.S. military would gradually turn over operations to South Korean forces. This speech is often referred to as the “silent majority” speech because he said that despite protests against the war, a majority of Americans supported his policies. close
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Rep Crowley (D-NY) gave a silent one-minute speech during today’s House session.
Open Phones on South Korean President Speech
Audience members talked about South Korean President Kim’s speech.
Richard Nixon 1968 Acceptance Speech
Former Vice President Richard Nixon accepted his party’s nomination to be the 1968 Republican candidate for president of the United…
South Korean President Speech
Mr. Ahn talked about Mr. Kim’s speech, and South Korean policy towards the U.S.