Focusing on recordings through American History exemplifying unselfish service to community and country, Historical Voices presents the following selections:
William O. Douglas speaks at City College, New York, in honor of Morris Raphael Cohen. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas talks about the extent to which conformity permeates American society. He critiques a culture afraid to express itself and focused, to its detriment, on technological and economic progress. September 18, 1964. The speech ends at approximately the 35th minute.