MalIan, John P.
October 1952
New Republic;10/13/52, Vol. 127 Issue 15, p10
Focuses on the political condition of the U.S. at a gathering at Harvard University with emphasis on policies of Massachusetts Congressman John F. Kennedy. Support of the Harvard group to New Deal adopted by the U.S. government in the 1930s; Plans of Kennedy to be a candidate for the Senate in 1952; Information about the nature of his campaign against Senator Henry Cabot Lodge; Reference to the defeat of Helen Gahagan Douglas by Richard Nixon in California.


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