During an interview Shriver tells about qualities required in criminals if they volunteer for the Peace Corps in Washington.
Washington DC USA Date:1965 Duration:2 min 32 sec Sound:Yes
Robert Sargent Shriver is interviewed by Frank Reynolds in Washington. Television journalist Frank Reynolds interviews Robert Sargent Shriver Jr. , Director of the Peace Corps. A world map on a wall in the background. Sargent Shriver is questioned whether he wants to admit people having criminal records as volunteers of the Peace Corps. He replies affirmatively. Sargent Shriver answers that he does not have problem to admit people with criminal records, but they should have spirit, internal motivation and personal commitment for life and actions.
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