Waiting for the Word on Baker Street

Jencks, Jane
November 1960
New Republic;11/28/60, Vol. 143 Issue 23, p8
Focuses on a meeting of a select group of the American emigrants for an election party on Baker Street. Reference to articles published in the periodical "Guardian," on presidential candidacy of John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon; Details of people who attended the party; Possibility of the victory of Kennedy.


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