“Onscrew the Onscrewtable”

Johnson, Gerald W.
May 1961
New Republic;5/29/61, Vol. 144 Issue 22, p14
Encourages U.S. President John F. Kennedy to confine the summit meeting with Soviet Union Premier Nikita Krushchev to collateral issues that can be settled or adjusted without touching the basic question on aggression against any peaceably-disposed nation. Importance of setting purpose in any talks; Views that Kennedy can bind his successor to any pledge of non-aggression.


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