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Personal correspondence, 1960: March-November (1 of 2 folders)

Personal correspondence, 1960: March-November (1 of 2 folders)
1960: 28 March-3 September
86 digital pages
This folder consists of correspondence between James W. Wine, religious advisor to Senator John F. Kennedy, and various individuals containing expressions of public opinion in response to James Wine's support of Senator Kennedy's 1960 presidential campaign. Also included are memoranda and letters between Harold C. McKinney, Director of General Operations for the Michigan Council of Churches; Ted Sorensen, staff assistant to Senator Kennedy; and James Wine concerning religious issues and strategic planning on Senator Kennedy's campaign.
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Wine, James W. (James Wilmer), 1918-1990
JWPP-001-004
James Wine Personal Papers. John F. Kennedy Campign Files, 1959-1960. Personal correspondence, 1960: March-November (1 of 2 folders)
This series consists of correspondence, statements, and news clippings regarding John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign. James Wine worked with the Kennedy campaign specifically to resolve the voting public’s concerns about electing a Catholic president - a problem that became known as the religious question. Many of the correspondents are Protestant religious leaders who supported the Kennedy campaign.
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