John F. Kennedy's last words to labor
- Main contributor
Delegates to the AFL-CIO Fifth Constitutional Convention in New York City heard one of the last speeches made by President John F. Kennedy before his assassination on November 22, 1963. In his speech, President Kennedy discusses some of the key issues before the nation including unemployment, education, civil rights, taxes and the national economic growth rate.
Labor unions; U.S. states - Politics and government
New York; New York City
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- Physical Description
This material was digitized as part of the "Advancing Workers Rights in the American South: Digitizing the Records of the AFL-CIO’s Civil Rights Division" project, supported by a Digitizing Hidden Collections grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). The grant program is made possible by funding from the Mellon Foundation.
- Other Identifiers
Filename: labor-086913; Catalog Key: 31430059608598
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