"The Tonkin Bay incident; an address to faculty and students on United States involvement in Vietnam"
The Right of Dissent -Political Science Department
College Center Ballroom
Morse, an Oregon politician, attorney, and former candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, was an outspoken opponent of the Vietnam war. In 1964, Morse was one of only two senators to vote against the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which authorized expanded U.S. intervention in Vietnam. Morse's lecture was introduced by Dean Howard Boroughs.
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Vietnam War -- 1961-1975, International relations
Reel to reel, 3.75 ips, dual track
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Morse, Wayne Lyman, ""The Tonkin Bay incident; an address to faculty and students on United States involvement in Vietnam"" (1968). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 60.