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This folder contains briefing papers and memoranda concerning foreign policy during Senator John F. Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign.
This folder consists of a letter to Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson, Washington Senator and Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, from William R. Briggs concerning religious issues in the 1960 presidential campaign and the Catholicism of Senator John F. Kennedy.
This folder contains an address titled, “A Churchman Looks At Both (i.e., Catholicism and Protestantism),” delivered by Dr. Charles Wesley Lowry concerning the relationship between Catholics and Protestants and addressing Protestant’s concerns of a Catholic being elected President. Also included is a newspaper clipping about Dr. Lowry’s remarks.
This folder contains speeches given by Senator John F. Kennedy in Ohio regarding industrial, agricultural, and Federal employment; interest rates; Communism; the economy; and a need for strong Democratic leadership to achieve progress. Also included in this folder is Senator Kennedy’s travel itinerary for campaign stops around the state.
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