The Smothers Brothers ran a comedy-variety show that featured not just that comedy duo, but also the top musical acts like the Who and the Beatles. Along that way, they presented comedy that poked humor at politics, the Vietnam War, religion, sexuality and censorship in with fearless bravado.
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The brothers would often wait until the very last minute to turn that week's taping of the show over to CBS. They figured that by waiting so long it would barely give the censors time to cut out the more "objectionable" material from that week's broadcast. See more
What are the arguments against the draft? We hear it is unfair, immoral, discourages young men from studying, ruins their careers and their lives.
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