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Frankly speaking; a collection of extraordinary speeches,

Author: Spiro T Agnew
Publisher: [Washington] Public Affairs Press [1969, ©1970]
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Agnew, Spiro T., 1918-1996.
Frankly speaking.
[Washington] Public Affairs Press [1969, ©1970]
(OCoLC)565102348
Named Person: Spiro T Agnew
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Spiro T Agnew
OCLC Number: 56561
Description: 108 pages 23 cm
Contents: Radicalism in our midst --
Rationality and effetism --
Masochism versus the facts --
Racism, the South and the new left --
Impudence in the streets --
Striving toward workable democracy --
The responsibilities of television --
Dangers of the media --
The power of the press --
The politics of the protest --
Education for what? --
The outlook for the seventies.
Responsibility: by Spiro T. Agnew.

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