BYU Speech by Lawrence C. Walters

Signing the Constitution - 5

(The Old Man Wept – Del Parson)

“The word ‘extremist’ connotes a rather unpleasant person, who is just a little ‘touched in the head.’  But every sound advance in history has been classified as extremist in its early stages.  This is because people must be inspired and dedicated in order to influence the world.” (Martin Dies, Martin Dies’ Story, p. 199)

BYU Speech by Lawrence C. Walters

(source: speeches.byu.edu)

Citizenship – April 1, 2014

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