A recording of the speech Barry Goldwater made when on campus in 1968, a week following Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s visit to campus.
1. One magnetic recording tape.
2. One CD-R digitized reproduction of the original tape.
Date of Accession
Bio History Note
According to the book, "A Century of Faith, Learning and Service," Goldwater's visit to campus was made to appease townspeople who were unhappy over the presence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The unrest from local individuals stemmed from King's opposition to the War in Vietnam. Barry Goldwater was in support of the war and presented another viewpoint.
Magnetic tape digitized September 2010 by Stann Pittman's department, Manchester College. WAV files stored in Media Cabinet.
Description prepared 13 January 2011 by Jeanine M. Wine.