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Social Security and depressed areas: New Industry for West Virginia

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Digital Identifier:
JFKCAMP1960-1032-010
Title:
Social Security and depressed areas: New Industry for West Virginia
Date(s) of Materials:
1960: 30 April-13 May
Folder Description:
This folder contains a speech titled, “New Industry for West Virginia,” given by Senator John F. Kennedy in South Charleston, West Virginia, and a variation of the speech given in Hagerstown, Maryland. In his speeches Senator Kennedy discusses unemployment and the importance of the Area Redevelopment Bill to bring new industry into depressed areas for job creation and stimulation of the economy.
Extent:
10 digital pages
Collection:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
15.
Subseries Number:
15.01.
Preferred Citation:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960. Speeches and the Press. Speeches, Statements, and Sections, 1958-1960. Social Security and depressed areas: New Industry for West Virginia
Physical Description:
10 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
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