Sunday, June 18, 2006

History: JFK President and the Press Speech

"The President and the Press" April 27, 1961

This is one of one of the most important speeches people should listen to. John F. Kennedy talks about the issues of war and press freedom. He says about how although national security may be imperitive, but that American values of press freedom, and openness in society and government are needed to the continuation of the Republic. JFK also mentions about how secret societies need to be guarded against.

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