Richard Nixon 1968 Acceptance Speech
Richard Norton Smith recorded an introduction to the speech at some time in 2008.
Former Vice President Richard Nixon accepted his party’s nomination to be the 1968 Republican candidate for president of the United States. In his remarks he called for new leadership, an end to domestic protests and violence, and a voice for America’s silent majority. He also said he would seek to negotiate peace in Vietnam and work toward the goal of “an open world.” The 1968 Republican National Convention was held in the Miami Beach Convention Center.
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