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Does US Want a Stronger UN: Speech Delivered at North Pennsylvania League of Women Voters
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written by Dorothy Hewitt Hutchinson, 1905-1984, in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (1960) , 3 page(s)
Rough notes for a speech, October 1963. Quotes Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy. Major misconceptions of the UN at its founding: it continued the power of the victor powers of World War II, the ideal was not the primary motivation and it couldn’t know the threat of nuclear war. Mentions forced disarmament,...
written by Dorothy Hewitt Hutchinson, 1905-1984, in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (1960) , 3 page(s)
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UN - an Instrument of Peace Speech Delivered at Bishop McDevitt H.S.
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in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (24 October 1963) , 3 page(s)
Speech given October 1963. The main purpose of the UN is to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war but there are other related purposes as well. First, freedom – ending colonialism, individual right to dignity. Second, bread – better standard of life. Asks how UN can help keep peace do its job ad...
in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (24 October 1963) , 3 page(s)
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UN - Great Decisions Speech Delivered at Abington Presbyterian Church
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in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (21 February 1965) , 3 page(s)
Speech, February 1965. Three purposes of the UN: peace, freedom, and bread. Notes that 2/3rds of the population suffers most directly from the issue of “bread.” Discusses the problems of the most recent nations to join the UN in Africa and Asia. Discusses human rights, and the UN Declaration of Human Rights...
in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (21 February 1965) , 3 page(s)
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UN & US Interests Speech Delivered at Conshohocken Rotary
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in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (11 February 1963) , 3 page(s)
Rough notes for a speech, February 1963. Discusses US interests over the last forty years in isolation, leadership, recognition, interdependence, expanding the market among underdeveloped nations, security, strategic raw materials, etc. Notes on Cold War nuclear proliferation, the value of a test ban, etc. Then sh...
in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (11 February 1963) , 3 page(s)
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