Richard Nixon, “Vietnamization & the Silent Majority,” November 3, 1969 (primary source speech)

 

This attachment contains President Richard Nixon’s speech on his policy of “Vietnamization,” the gradual withdrawel of U.S. troops in Vietnam, and the transition of the South Vietnamese Goverment taking control. The president also alludes to the “Silent Majority,” the belief that a large majority of the American public are behind America’s involvement in Vietnam.

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One Response to Richard Nixon, “Vietnamization & the Silent Majority,” November 3, 1969 (primary source speech)

  1. John Moon says:

    thank’s fro providing a readable copy of this speech. I couldn’t find a complete version until now.

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