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Chapter 1: Courage and Politics: Item 11- original and carbon typescript with numerous pencil and typescript corrections and additions

Chapter 1: Courage and Politics: Item 11- original and carbon typescript with numerous pencil and typescript corrections and additions
ca. 1954-1955
30 digital pages
This folder contains a memorandum and a draft of Chapter 1: "Courage and Politics" from John F. Kennedy's Profiles in Courage, with handwritten notations by Senator Kennedy.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
JFKPP-027-017
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Personal Papers. Manuscripts: Profiles in Courage. Chapter 1: Courage and Politics: Item 11- original and carbon typescript with numerous pencil and typescript corrections and additions
Profiles in Courage was first published in 1956. This series includes manuscripts, related papers, correspondence, handwritten notes and drafts. Surplus materials, noted in the finding aid, have been placed at the end of this collection. Much additional material relating to Profiles in Courage may be found in the Theodore Sorensen Personal Papers. Also, some may be found in the President's Office Files, Series 10. Personal Secretary's Files, and in the Pre‑Presidential Papers, Senate Files. Series 12. Doodles in this collection contains several pages of relevant notes in John Kennedy's hand (1954:KS7).
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