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Defense and disarmament: Missile gap

Defense and disarmament: Missile gap
14 August 1958
7 digital pages
This folder consists of copies of the Congressional Record containing a speech by Senator John F. Kennedy concerning a gap in military, nuclear, and diplomatic policies between the United States and the Soviet Union, and suggestions for reducing the gap.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960. Speeches and the Press. Speeches, Statements, and Sections, 1958-1960. Defense and disarmament: Missile gap
This series contains campaign speeches and statements and excerpts of the same, arranged first chronologically from 1958 through November 1960, and there after by subject. There are also some miscellaneous speeches and articles by others, news clippings, and indexes to the speeches. Three speeches from September 1960 were added to this series from Accession 2005-187 (June 2005) and are located in Box 1104.
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