McCarthy, Eugene [Circular letter from McCarthy for President campaign]
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One undated circular letter of the McCarthy for President campaign. Item lists his stances on human rights, jobs, education, housing and civil rights. Includes a quote from Martin Luther King Jr., from a CDC meeting on March 16, 1968.
Eugene McCarthy was a U.S. Senator from Minnesota who ran a presidential campaign in 1968. He emerged as the Democratic candidate challenging the incumbent President Lyndon B. Johnson who was involved with the Vietnam War when no other Democrat, namely Robert F. Kennedy would.
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