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Richard Nixon's Speech in Indianapolis with Introduction by Mayor Lugar, February 1970

Richard Nixon speaks about his collaborations with mayors regarding urban problems, comments on the Vietnam War, and introduces members of his Cabinet and advisers who accompanied him on his visit to Indianapolis. In his introductory remarks, Mayor Lugar praises Richard Nixon for his efforts on behalf of cities and refers to New Federalism.