United States Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Address to NTEC, Somalia, 1968
Hubert Humphrey served as 38th United States Vice President to President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1965-1969. This address occurred during Humphrey’s extended tour of Africa in 1968, and was given to the faculty and students of the National Teachers Education Center - an institution which employed many Eastern Michigan University faculty as supervisors and consultants. In this address, Humphrey expounds upon the importance of a well-rounded education, stating that the purpose of education was the emancipation from fear and suspicion.
Hubert Humphrey, Thomas Jefferson, Somalia, University of Minnesota, University of Wyoming, University of Virginia
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Humphrey, Hubert, "United States Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Address to NTEC, Somalia, 1968" (1968). Speeches. 46.