February 1962
New Republic;2/26/62, Vol. 146 Issue 9, p3
This article presents news including the discussed possible approaches to the disarmament negotiations in Geneva on March 14, 1962, a communication program that is part of the U.S. space program to connect the continents of the world in a network of telephone and television channels so that the entire world can watch live events as they happen, and a special tax that President John F. Kennedy has requested on cotton goods to offset the difference between the support price that U.S. mills pay for domestic raw cotton and the price paid by foreign mills for the same cotton.


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