The Man Has Said Something

Johnson, Gerald W.
October 1960
New Republic;10/3/60, Vol. 143 Issue 15, p9
Focuses on various issues surrounding U.S. Senator and Presidential candidate John F. Kennedy. Impact of allegations made by the press on Kennedy on his political position as a presidential candidate; Information related to religious affiliations of Kennedy; Proposal made by Kennedy on giving the President of the nation additional power to deal with an industrial conflict that threatens the whole economy; Appreciation shown for the decision of Kennedy to handle industrial relations in a manner that could affect his candidacy.


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