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This folder contains remarks made by Senator John F. Kennedy in Montana and Wisconsin concerning legislation to modernize the unemployment compensation program and establish a national minimum standard for benefits distribution.
This folder contains memoranda concerning the political climate of Kentucky.
The contents of this folder are closed due to deed restrictions.
This folder contains copies of a speech given by Senator John F. Kennedy in Wisconsin titled, “The Fight Against Crime.” In his speech Senator Kennedy discusses the prevalence of organized crime and proposes a National Crime Commission to gather intelligence about crime syndicates and distribute to local jurisdictions.
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