Founders' Day Convocation, March 25, 1955. Part 2
Luce, Clare Boothe, 1903-1988
A continuation of the Founders Day convocation with an address by U.S. Ambassador to Italy and honorary degree recipient Clare Booth Luce. In it, she expresses fears that the country is drifting away from the moral principles of the Founding Fathers and embracing "delusive, ruinous theories of government."
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