“I think the most frustrated I've been lately is reading a speech that Senator Fulbright made in which he indicated that the country is damned because we are spending so much in Vietnam instead of spending it here to take care of the poor and underprivileged -- this from a man who has never voted for any civil rights measure and who even voted against Medicare in 1964.

It will be sheer luxury someday to talk instead of to act.”

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