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The press and the radio have been alive with discussion. It is not alone public men and women who are engaged in this debate. It is between the farmers in the field, the workers at the bench, the women in their homes, the men in their offices. They have met at the store, at the filling station and the street corner. It is a magnificent thing that a whole people should engage in this discussion. For such debate is the most precious safeguard of free men that the world has yet discovered.  >>more...>>

Title:     This Challenge to Liberty
Author:    Hoover, Herbert
Date:     October 30, 1936

Type:     Speech

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Notes:     Denver, Colorado. October 30, 1936. From Hoover, Herbert, Addresses Upon the American Road, 1933-1938, New York, 1938, p. 216.