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Publisher's Summary

This compilation of famous speeches given during the conflict in Vietnam features historical icons from both sides of America's involvement, from Lyndon B. Johnson to Jane Fonda, Richard Nixon to Norman Mailer, John Kerry to Martin Luther King, Jr. Included are speeches given at protests, rallies, political events, and congressional hearings and within the Oval Office. An era that was marred by violence and unrest is encapsulated by the voices expressing support as well as those demonstrating militant protest.
©2016 SpeechWorks, a division of SoundWorks, Inc. (P)2016 Blackstone Audio
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1 out of 5 stars
By brian on 02-08-17

Not bad, but needs a lot of work.

What would have made The Greatest Speeches of the Vietnam War better?

Intros to the speeches, explaining who was speaking and dates and so on.

What was most disappointing about SpeechWorks’s story?

The format, mainly the fact that no intros to the speeches were givin at all, explaining about them, and who spoke.

What didn’t you like about the narrators’s performance?

Most of them were good, but, many of them, I didn't recognize.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Greatest Speeches of the Vietnam War?

I'm not sure on that one.

Any additional comments?

None.

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