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Adlai Stevenson - His Wit, His Wisdom, His Eloquence...His Voice Album

Adlai Stevenson - His Wit, His Wisdom, His Eloquence...His Voice Album
Performer: Adlai Stevenson
Title: His Wit, His Wisdom, His Eloquence...His Voice
Country: US
Style:Speech
Catalog number: RB 20-105
Label: Red Bird
MP3 album szie: 2295 mb
FLAC album size: 1138 mb

Tracklist

1Memorial To Ambassador Stevenson, Spoken By Secretary-General U Thant: General Assembly, July 19, 19653:36
2Ambassador Stevenson's Last Speech At The United Nations: Geneva, July 9, 19654:10
3Third Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Award Dinner Honoring Adlai Stevenson April 12, 196510:00
4Second Speech On Cuban Crisis: Security Council, October 25, 19623:46
5First Speech On Cuban Crisis: Security Council, October 23, 1962
6Tribute To Eleanor Roosevelt: General Assembly, November 9, 19623:30
71960 Democratic Convention In Los Angeles: Adlai Stevenson Nominating John F. Kennedy For President9:14
8Tribute To President Kennedy: General Assembly 25, 19633:54

Notes

Compiled and edited by Bernard Farber. A Leiber-Stoller Production.

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