February 1961
New Republic;2/13/61, Vol. 144 Issue 7, p3
The article presents news briefs and commentary concerning international and domestic U.S. politics as of the week of February 13, 1961. The economic conditions of the U.S. and President Kennedy's efforts to encourage the popular perception of the business sector are described in depth. The appointment of Adlai Stevenson as the U.S. United Nations Ambassador is reported, along with Edward R. Murrow as head of the U.S. Information Agency.


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