Washington Front

Folliard, Edward T.
November 1961
America;11/18/1961, Vol. 106 Issue 7, p238
The article discusses the political issue in the U.S. in which President John F. Kennedy restrains to comment on U.S. Army General Dwight Eisenhower's criticism of his administration during his speech at a Democratic rally in Trenton in New Jersey. It says Kennedy did not respond to Eisenhower's remarks on several issues such as the shrinking dollars, Federal spending, and the way Kennedy manage the Laotian and Cuban crises.


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