I'm scared to watch this right now. I'll try, later; I don't know it.Thing is, we watched Charlie Chaplin's "Modern Times" last night; my choice. Then Spice dug out his "speech" from "The Great Dictator". I didn't know that one, either.Chaplin, of course, absolutely nailed it. He really understood the world's problems, pretty much top to bottom; and said so, in a forum that reached millions.And- did anyone learn anything? Not so far as I can tell. It's a little depressing. :-/
I feel a similar mixture of emotion. Here is a link to President Dwight Eisenhower's Farewell Address to the nation January 17, 1961;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWiIYW_fBfY
Ike's I'm familiar with; as a kid I watched my parents vote for him, and I paid attention thereafter. His speech was largely written by Malcolm Moos, though the ideas were Ike's. Moos actually coined the phrase military-industrial complex. Moos was President of the U of MN, while I was in grad school there- a turbulent and unhappy time.