KASHMIR PROTEST AGAINST US & BRITAIN - 1965 Members of the Indian Peoples Party in New Delhi stage a noisy demonstration in fron the U.S. embassy chanting and carrying signs warning the U.S. and U.K. to stay out of the Kashmir dispute.
Date: October 20, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:33:00, With Audio
BILL MOYERS ON ANTI-WAR PROTESTS - 1965 White House Press Secretary Bill Moyers discusses the government’s concerns over anti-war demonstrators being exploited by communist interests and Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach's investigation into such.
GARRISON ON JFK ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATION - 1967 Louisiana District Attorney Jim Garrison on the JFK assassination: "What started out as a routine investigation in the possible local involvement of the assassination of President Kennedy has uncovered certain facts which we consider extremely interesting."
ANTI-WAR PROTESTORS BURN DRAFT CARDS - 1965 Demonstrators crowd a city street and burn draft cards at an anti-war demonstration over U.S. troops sent to Vietnam and the Dominican Public. Such demonstrations touched off a public debate on communists exploiting demonstrators and freedom of speech rights.
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