Joseph Kennedy says that opposing ideas should be tolerated in the United States.
Washington DC USA Date:1941 Duration:43 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Ambassador to UK Joseph Kennedy records a speech in Washington D.C., United States during World War II. He espresses concern about the "habit of smearing an opponent" because one disagrees with what he stands for. He asks, how can we maintain national unity when the motives of patriotic men are indiscriminately assailed. He says that if intolerance of contrary opinions flourishes, at this point of time, then future of theUnited States is dark.
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