John F. Kennedy's 58th news conference
President comments on the progress of the negotiations in Moscow and also the preliminary budget results. Reporters ask about increased contact between the Vatican and the Iron Curtain countries, the tax bill, civil rights proposals, a negotiated settlement of the railroad dispute, the space program, Vietnam, the International Monetary Fund, the Chinese Communists, the U.S. Employment Service, the Castro Government, South Africa, progress under his administration, the proposed domestic Peace Corps, the upcoming March on Washington and other demonstrations for civil rights, interest rates, and testimony before the Senate Commerce Committee insisting that integration was Communist-inspired.
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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sound tape reel
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- Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: bcast-077402; Other: 0492-MMC
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