Address to the Polish American Congress Convention

In this address, given after his return from France and during a period where he was considering running for elected office, we hear Sargent Shriver at his most political. He speaks out against the war in Vietnam and cuts to the poverty programs. He also covers the topic of voter registration, making the point that voting should be much easier for citizens than it is.

Peace requires the simple but powerful recognition that what we have in common as human beings is more important and crucial than what divides us.
Sargent Shriver
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