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This folder contains briefing papers, correspondence, and memoranda regarding domestic and foreign education issues during Senator John F. Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign.
This folder contains a pamphlet, newspaper clippings, and remarks by various individuals concerning Senator John F. Kennedy’s religious beliefs, a Catholic's ability to be President of the United States, and the role of religion in the 1960 presidential campaign.
This folder contains speeches given by Senator John F. Kennedy in California, New York City, and Texas. In his speeches the Senator discusses the legacy of the Democratic Party, agricultural issues, international relations, civil rights, and national security and defense; and asks for support for his 1960 presidential campaign.
This folder contains statements made by Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath discouraging anti-Catholic propaganda and encouraging people to judge the 1960 presidential candidates based on the issues and not their religion.
This folder contains a transcript of Senator John F. Kennedy’s address concerning his religious beliefs given at the Houston Ministerial Association meeting and the question and answer period following his remarks.
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