T.R.B. from Washington

September 1961
New Republic;9/4/61, Vol. 145 Issue 10, p2
Focuses on socio-political issues in the U.S. Claim by Republican party's national chairman that Republicans will support President John F. Kennedy; Discussion of the trial of Peace Corps' official Charles Kamen; Debate of Senators Wayne Morese and Cardinal Spellman on the administration's unsuccessful school bill.


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