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This folder contains quotes by Richard M. Nixon regarding agreements and differences among the Republican Party.
This folder contains copies of a statement made by Senator Lyndon B. Johnson on the floor of the United States Senate concerning the 1960 Paris Summit Conference between France, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, and the U.S. In his remarks Senator Johnson encourages political unity in the U.S. to convey the strength of the nation to the world.
This folder contains a speech given by Senator Lyndon B. Johnson at the 1960 Democratic National Convention (DNC) upon accepting the Vice Presidential nomination for the 1960 campaign. In his speech Senator Johnson encourages unity in the United States and expresses his support for Senator John F. Kennedy as the Presidential nominee.
This folder contains pamphlets, statements, and articles published by The Lutheran concerning Senator John F. Kennedy’s religious beliefs, the role of religion in the 1960 presidential campaign, and requests for religious tolerance and unity.
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