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Events of 1965

Published: 1965
Play UPI Radio 1965
President Lyndon Baines Johnson takes his second oath of office on Capitol Hill in Washington DC on January 20, 1965, which is being administered by Chief Justice Earl Warren. Standing between them are the First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson and Hubert Humphrey, who will be sworn in as Vice-President. (UPI Photo/Files)
Pie Chamberlain: When this station presents 1965 In Review you will hear the sound of war in Vietnam.

Unknown Speaker: "This is really war."

Pie Chamberlain: As always the sound of politics.

Unknown Speaker: "I feel that the Congress in 1965 in practically every instance is a rubber stamp to the White House."

Pie Chamberlain: The sound of rioting in Los Angeles.

1965 has been a year to remember, a year you will remember when this station presents 1965 In Review.

1965, a year to remember the sounds of war.

Unknown Speaker: "This is really war."

Pie Chamberlain: The sound of protest... The sound of riots... You will hear these and many other sounds when this station presents 1965 In Review.

1965 In Review, this is Pie Chamberlain with the review of the sounds, voices and stories that made news in 1965.

© 1965 United Press International, Inc. All Rights Reserved.


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