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The strategy of peace.

Author: John F Kennedy
Publisher: New York, Harper [1960]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John F Kennedy
OCLC Number: 466345
Notes: Speeches and statements on U.S. foreign policy.
Description: xv, 233 pages 22 cm
Contents: The possibilities of peace. The global challenge --
The Khrushchev-Eisenhower visits --
The captive nations --
Nuclear tests --
Disarmament --
Two central problems. The missile gap --
The economic gap --
Areas of trial. Indochina and Vietnam --
Algeria --
Poland and Eastern Europe --
The reconstruction of NATO --
Quemoy and Matsu --
The Middle East --
Israel --
Africa south of the Sahara --
Latin America --
India and China --
America's readiness for world responsibility. Civil liberties and our need for new ideas --
The Soviet challenge to American education --
A new horizon for Negro education --
For the repeal of the Loyalty Oath --
Seven peaceful revolutions of our time --
Conventional forces in the Atomic Age --
Citizens of the world : the duty of the scholar --
A farm program to promote world peace --
The years the locusts have eaten --
Are we up to the task? --
Discussion with John Fischer.
Responsibility: Edited by Allan Nevins.

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