GOLDBERG TREATY SPEECH - HD Arthur Goldberg, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, speaks about a newly signed nuclear weapons treaty. Transferred from film to HD - uncompressed and ProRes HQ - available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: December 19, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:17:00, With Audio
HENRY FONDA SUPPORTS UN POLICE Actor Henry Fonda (in VO)suggests that the UN must be able to guarantee disarmament to all nations, utilizing inspectors, its own military force, and a system of courts to judge accused violators.
HENRY FONDA SUGGESTS NEW SPENDING PRIORITIES Actor Henry Fonda suggests that instead of paying 40 billion dollars annually for national defense, the United States could let the UN do it at a cost to the US of 5 billion dollars annually. He suggests that the money saved could be spent in a variety of ways towards the good of all citizens.
RAYMOND MASSEY SUGGEST UN MILITARY FORCE Actor Raymond Massey suggests that "the United Nations must not only have inspectors but its own police to arrest (disarmament) violators whether they be heads of State or private individuals. It must have its own armed forces - the only legal armed forces that could then exist."
TYRONE POWER TALKS ABOUT U.N. Actor Tyrone Power talks about the way that the United Nations works, along with the limitations that work against its effectiveness. He urges us to consider the concept of "world law".
RAYMOND MASSEY TALKS ABOUT DISARMAMENT Actor Raymond Massey talks about the need for the world to disarm, saying that, "We must give the United Nations the legal right to protect us with the necessary laws to make disarmament applied justly for all of us."
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