Joseph Kennedy speaks in favor of keeping United States out of World War II during his speech in Washington D.C.
Washington DC USA Date:1941 Duration:1 min 51 sec Sound:Yes
Former U.S. Ambassador to UK, Joseph Kennedy records a speech in Washington D.C., United States during World War II. He says that Congress should not abdicate completely its authority or power. He further says United States should not go to war unless attacked. He favors making the United States militarily strong, especially in airpower. He emphasizes that the U.S. should avoid getting involved in war.
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