Notes and Comment

November 1960
New Yorker;11/12/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 39, p41
The article discusses various current events and general interest issues related to the U.S. politics. Comments on the presidential elections in the United States is given. Major newspapers are reporting the fate of presidential candidates Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy. Once a candidate gets selected, he goes behind the screens of the White House and interacts only through the press.


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