Russel Johnson of the American Friends Service speaks about American involvement in Vietnam at a symposium of the Central Washington State College campus on April 14, 1967.
Russell Johnson was employed by the American Friends Service Committee from 1950 to 1984 as Peace Education Secretary in the New England office. He was an energetic speaker on peace and international issues and a tireless organizer of conferences and other activities directed toward better understanding between peoples of the world. He became an expert on issues relating to the Cold War, the Vietnam war, and Asia.
Johnson, Russell, "Vietnam" (1967). Library Lectures. 26.
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