Canadian journalist and broadcaster (CFRB and CBC’s Front Page Challenge), Gordon Sinclair (1900 – 1984) gives his view on Americans. This speech was published on June 5, 1973 following news that the American Red Cross had run out of money as a result of aid efforts for recent natural disasters. Sinclair’s recording would become his most famous radio editorial.
I thought this would be a nice compliment to my previous post about an American broadcaster’s view of Canada.
Some things are worth remembering.
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