Kerry, “Statement before the Senate Committee…,” Textual Authentication

“Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Speech before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations,” a machine-readable edition
Kerry, John Forbes (1943– )

edited by
Shawn J. Parry-Giles
Research Assistant
Carolyn Mech
Research Assistant
Rachael Brown

2006

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Kerry, John F. “Statement of John Kerry, Vietnam Veterans Against the War.” New York: Encyclopedia Americana/CBS News Audio Resource Library, 1971. Audio Tape. [=A]
Kerry, John F. 1971. “Statement of John Kerry, Vietnam Veterans Against the War.” In Legislative Proposals Relating to the War in Southeast Asia. United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, 92d Congress, lst sess., April 22, 1971. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. 180-185. [=B]

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Departures from the copy-text and general editorial procedures are as follows (reference numbers specify paragraph in which the departure occurs):
1 I would like to talk, representing all those veterans, and say that B: blank tape A
4 Thomas Paine B: Thomas Paine’s A
6 result is of the feelings B: result is of of the feelings A
9 Veterans’ Administration B: Veterans’ Administration’s A
11 not going to try B: not gonna try A
14 money B: monies A
17 North Vietnamese because B: North Vietnamese because because A
24 learned B: learnt A
25 going to B: gonna A
29 indignations B: indignancies A
29 lain down B: lied, lain down A
36 in the B: in the, in the, in the A
36 more guilty than B: more guilty of than A
38 We are also here to ask, and we are here to ask B: We’re also here to ask, we’re here to ask and we’re here to ask A
41 more, and so when, B: more, and more, and so when, A

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Library of Congress Classification

22 April 1971
U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
Washington, D.C.

English

Vietnam War
Vietnam War–1961-1975–United States–Public Opinion

D411

2006-04-25

VOD Associate Editor

Gaines, Robert N.

Created TEI header and xml conformant file. Validated on 25 March 2006 in XMetal 3.1.3 against teixlite.dtd (version 2004-07-16)

2006-15-08

editor
Parry-Giles, Shawn J.

created critical notes

2006-27-09
editor
Parry-Giles, Shawn J.

proof-reading of electronic text

2006-27-04

research assistants
Carolyn Mech and Rachael Brown

data entry and proof-reading of electronic copy-text
2006-28-04

research assistants
Carolyn Mech and Rachael Brown

collation of electronic copy-text with other versions