Zolton Ferency Introduces G. Mennen Williams, 1966
Zolton Ferency was a lawyer, political activist, and professor at Central Michigan University. Ferency ran unsuccessfully for governor of the State of Michigan in 1966. In this brief speech from the steps of Pease Auditorium in 1966, Ferency introduces his running mate, G. Mennen Williams, and warms the crowd up for primary speaker, Robert Kennedy.
Robert Kennedy, Zolton Ferency, Pease Auditorium, G. Mennen Williams, gubernatorial elections
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Ferency, Zolton, "Zolton Ferency Introduces G. Mennen Williams, 1966" (1966). Speeches. 29.