Lee Harvey Oswald Speaks

Oswald, Lee Harvey

Spoken-word CD - 1967
Lee Harvey Oswald Speaks
William Stuckey interviews Lee Harvey Oswald about his work with the Fair Play for Cuba Committee [FPCC] in New Orleans. Shortly before this interview, Oswald had been arrested following a dispute while he was passing out leaflets for the organization. In this interview, part of a series on the Latin Listening Post program with people involved in the conflict over the Cuban revolution, Oswald discusses the purpose of the FPCC, a pro-Castro group; his role as secretary of the group; the organization's relationship to communism, and his own feelings about communism; his views on Castro; newspaper coverage of Cuba; comparisons between Cuba and other Latin American nations; the influx of Cuban refugees in the U.S. Lastly, Oswald speaks about his personal background.


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