Hubert Humphrey: liberalism and law and order - must there be a conflict?, August 12, 1974
Hubert Humphrey: liberalism and law and order - must there be a conflict?presents arecorded speech by former vice president and candidate for senator Hubert H. Humphrey presented at a luncheon of the Section of General Practice. Humphrey examines some of the cliches and stereotypes pertaining to both liberals and conservatives, considers common loyalties pertaining to law and order among the groups, and questions the need for conflict between these political groups, August 12, 1974.
- August 12, 1974
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