Wednesday, May 13, 2015

May 11, 1968

RFK in Brookings, South Dakota, May 11, 1968

“We know too, I think, what the stakes are. It is not simply economic well-being—it is the survival of the enduring values of diversity in America, the fight against the loss of diverse ways of life, the battle to prevent America’s farms from becoming factories producing bland food and bland men, driving our citizens into homogenous cities, distinguished from each other only by the poisons in their air.”

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