Johnson, Gerald W.
January 1961
New Republic;1/30/61, Vol. 144 Issue 5, p10
Offers a look at the significance of the non-political and non-military people who were invited at the first inaugural address of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on January 20, 1961. Consequences of the decline in the prestige of the U.S. government; Implication of the presence of non-political and non-military people at the inaugural address on the administration of Kennedy; Stance of Kennedy on the power of ideas.


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