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Charlie Chaplin’s call to democracy

A little afternoon speech for you courtesy the most famous actor of the silent film era. In his first talking picture, Charlie Chaplin delivered a rather memorable monologue in “The Great Dictator.” This video adds to it a little new age music from the band “Album Leaf,” some footage of current events, and bam: instant inspirational video:

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