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Foreign affairs: Israel - A Miracle of Progress

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    Digital Identifier:
    JFKCAMP1960-1030-007
    Title:
    Foreign affairs: Israel - A Miracle of Progress
    Date(s) of Materials:
    February 1958: 9-28
    Folder Description:
    This folder consists of excerpts of a Congressional Record containing an address by Senator John F. Kennedy titled, “Israel: A Miracle of Progress,” and given at the Golden Jubilee Banquet of B’nai Zion held at the Hotel Commodore in New York City. In his speech Senator Kennedy discusses Israel’s history, Soviet Union influence in the Middle East, and Israel’s relationship with the United States and Middle Eastern nations.
    Extent:
    8 digital pages
    Collection:
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960
    Finding Aid | Digitized Content
    Series Number:
    15.
    Preferred Citation:
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960. Speeches and the Press. Speeches, Statements, and Sections, 1958-1960. Foreign affairs: Israel - A Miracle of Progress
    Physical Description:
    8 digital pages
    Media Type:
    Paper
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