Letter from Henry S. Huntington Expressing Concerned About Vietnam

Abstract

Huntington expresses deep concern regarding the Vietnam War. Huntington believes that humor and ridicule is a weapon against the war that is being used too little. He urges Dr. King and his supporters to each send a message to the president, and also write a letter to the local paper asking peace-lovers to state a message ridiculing President Johnson. In conclusion, Huntington hopes to gain other peace organizations to join in the Ridicule For Johnson Movement.

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Letter from Henry S. Huntington Expressing Concerned About Vietnam
Saturday, February 17, 1968
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