Senator Peter H. Dominick speech to East Carolina College students. Part 1, 1966 September 15
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Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers a speech to the faculty, staff and students of East Carolina College in Greenville, N.C. on September 15, 1966. Sen. Dominick discusses why it is important to have an interest in politics and government, the disadvantages of a government run by one political party, and the advantages of having a balanced, two-party government. Dominick also outlines the philosophical differences between the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, emphasizing the Republican Party's beliefs in a robust foreign policy, individual self-determination, and strong state and local governments.