Henry Ford radio speech I
|Henry Ford radio speech I
|First radio speech, October 19, 1932, appealing for the re-election of U.S. President Herbert Hoover|
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Mr. Hoover is carrying a greater burden than Abraham Lincoln carried - he is carrying it in a way that places him beside Lincoln in sacrificial service.....
Herbert Hoover is the very embodiment of common sense and reliability ....
I think of him as a human-hearted, honest-minded, hard-working Hoover.
...To the 7,000,000 unemployed and equal number of part-time employed, Hoover gave the solace that his government has avoided 'the opiates of government charity and the stifling of our national spirit of mutual self-help'.
...we had supposed that Lincoln's way would be to feed the hungry. But after all, what we think or what Hoover thinks Lincoln might have done in 1931 is a rather futile guessing game best left to Republican politicians accustomed to using a great name for their own purposes.