The Daughters

Kempton, Murray
May 1963
New Republic;5/4/63, Vol. 148 Issue 18, p6
Highlights the issues raised during the meeting between U.S. President John F. Kennedy and the Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution in the U.S. Objection of the organization to a Domestic Peace Corps; Details on resolutions passed to resolve political issues; Call of the organization for drastic reductions in foreign aid insure economic growth and national solvency.


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