Events of 1966

Published: 1966
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Michael Quil: "The judge can drop deadly and his black throbs, we will not call up the strike."

Unknown Speaker: "We are going back, we are going shoot, we are going fight, we are going kick, we are going fight. Damn, we are going, we lack a woman, it’s just the way you want it to be."

Unknown Speaker: "Throughout these 37 days, there has been continued violence against the people of South Vietnam."

Unknown Speaker: "We are carrying a lot of casualties, I need help, I have got two elements cut off."

Wayne Morse: "I love my President, but I love my country more."

Unknown Speaker: "You would not be judgment speaking, so much is it would be some theorization and exaggeration."

Duff Thomas: Here is the story of 1966 told in voices and sounds, gathered on the scene by correspondence with the United Press International Audio Network. I am Duff Thomas.
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