The Burden and the Glory. The Hopes & Purposes of President Kennedy's Second & Third Year in Office as Revealed in His Public Statements & Addresses

By: Kennedy, John F. ; Allan Nevins (Editor); Lyndon B. Johnson (Contributor)

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The addresses grouped by the editor Allan Nevins, contain excerpts from news conferences and interviews, beginning with the President Kennedy's concepts of government, peace and the international affairs, to international problems, domestic matters, civil rights, business and agriculture, education and science, many with a brief background summary.

Included are Kennedy's second and third State of the Union addresses, his famous "Ich Ben Ein Berliner" speech, remarks on the Cuban Missile Crisis, comments on race relations and a speech for his trip to Dallas, which was never delivered.

Black cloth with gilt titles and facsimile signature on the front. Bindings are tight and square. The text is clean, light even toning. Minimal shelf handling wear. Dust Jacket is price-clipped and in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve has wear with fraying on the top of the spine and the top of the front flap-fold. 8vo; 8.5 inches tall; 293 pages with index. First Edition, First Printing. [D-O code]

Title: The Burden and the Glory. The Hopes & Purposes of President Kennedy's Second & Third Year in Office as Revealed in His Public Statements & Addresses

Author Name: Kennedy, John F. ; Allan Nevins (Editor); Lyndon B. Johnson (Contributor)

Categories: HISTORY,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: New York, Harper & Row, Publishers: 1964

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 012227

Keywords: Speeches; United Stated History; ,