G. Mennen Williams, Campaign Rally Address, 1966
G. Mennen Williams (1911-1988) was the 41st Governor of Michigan, and later worked under John F. Kennedy as Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, and served as Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. In 1966, Williams unsuccessfully ran for Governor of Michigan. This audio recording captures Williams in a campaign stop, introducing primary speaker Robert Kennedy.
Robert Kennedy, Ypsilanti, congressional elections, Jim Hare
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Williams, G. Mennen, "G. Mennen Williams, Campaign Rally Address, 1966" (1966). Speeches. 32.