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Part 3, Section 13, 27 November 1956

Part 3, Section 13, 27 November 1956
27 November 1956
10 digital pages
This folder contains an edited copy of a speech by Senator John F. Kennedy at the annual banquet for the Histadrut Zionist Organization in Baltimore, Maryland adapted for The Strategy of Peace, a compilation of speeches and statements concerning foreign policy by Senator Kennedy published during the 1960 Presidential campaign. In his remarks, Senator Kennedy discusses the position of Middle Eastern nations in the context of international politics, focusing specifically on the strength of Israel, the rise of Arab nationalism, the regional leadership of Egypt, the global dependence on Middle Eastern oil, and the possible influence of the Soviet Union on Middle Eastern nations.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Personal Papers. Manuscripts: Strategy of Peace. Part 3, Section 13, 27 November 1956
"Strategy of Peace" is a compilation of John F. Kennedy's statements on issues thought to be important in the 1960 Presidential Campaign, published in that year. This series includes manuscript materials and mimeograph drafts. Correspondence, galley proofs and other data may be found in the President's Office Files, Series 10. Personal Secretary's Files and also in Series 11. Special Events Through the Years.
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