T.R.B. from Washington

October 1961
New Republic;10/23/61, Vol. 145 Issue 17, p2
Presents information related to political developments in the U.S. Comment that the first ingredient required for the national unity is belief in leaders; Discussion of several problems faced by U.S. President John F. Kennedy; Comment on policies of President Kennedy; Description of Trans-Atlantic flight; Information on commemoration of the D-Day in Normandy; Comment on the use of radio by the U.S. armed forces.


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