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[Press release: Task Force reports]

[Press release: Task Force reports]
13 January 1961
12 digital pages
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Sharon, John H. (John Hurford), 1927-1980
JHSPP-006-016
John H. Sharon Personal Papers. Presidential Transition Files, 1960. [Press release: Task Force reports]. JHSPP-006-016. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series consists of files related to Sharon's work on foreign policy task forces requested by President-elect John F. Kennedy. The files contain drafts and final reports on the subjects of Africa, balance of payments, disarmament, foreign economic policy, State Department operations, and the United States Information Agency. Information related to task force personnel and administrative matters are included. Of note, this series contains memoranda of conversations between John F. Kennedy and Sharon, as well as briefing materials related to Kennedy's December 1960 meeting with President Eisenhower.
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