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Senator Kennedy Spots, Untitled [1959]

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Senator Kennedy Spots, Untitled [1959]
1959
Motion picture containing film spots featuring Senator John F. Kennedy. All were filmed on a studio set. First Senator Kennedy speaks about a Senate bill addressing corruption in labor unions. Next Senator Kennedy discusses a labor bill with Representative George S. McGovern (South Dakota). Next Senator Kennedy announces his candidacy in Presidential primaries in the following states: Wisconsin, Nebraska, Indiana, Maryland, and West Virginia. Next Senator Kennedy discusses proposals for a federal farm program. Next Senator Kennedy discusses the Soviet Union's military and proposes increasing investment in American national security. Next Senator Kennedy responds to an unidentified questioner on the topic of agricultural income, federal action to preserve the farm industry, and his support for the St. Lawrence Seaway and the REA. Finally, in a brief exchange with Hepburn T. Armstrong, candidate for Congress from Wyoming, Senator Kennedy proposes a federal program for senior citizens. Produced by: Senate Film Studios (Senate Recording Studio).
1 film reel (black-and-white; sound; 16 mm; 1254 feet; 35 minutes)
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Public Domain
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
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