Wraps. 16pp. An address by President Lyndon B. Johnson upon receiving the National Freedom Award on February 23, 1966. Drawing on references to Franklin Roosevelt and the U.S. in World War II, Lyndon Johnson's address cites the sometime need for war in order to establish and perpetuate freedom throughout the world. Highlighting the recent economic gains in the United States, Johnson argues that the people of Vietnam deserve the same chance at security as citizens of the U.S. VERY GOOD condition. Light soiling and creasing to the wraps. Staples rusted along the binding. Small date in pen at the upper right front corner. Interior clean and solid. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Viet-Nam. The Struggle to Be Free. ...
Publisher: The Struggle to Be Free. Department of State Publication 8048. US
Publication Date: 1966
Binding: Original Wraps
Book Condition: Very Good
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