June 1964
National Review Bulletin;6/9/1964, Vol. 16 Issue 23, p1
The article covers various political issues as of June 1964. President Lyndon Johnson proclaimed a program to build connections to the Communist bloc. Senator Everett Dirksen urged the president on March 28 to publicly reaffirm the commitments made by former President John F. Kennedy in September 1963 concerning a weapon development program. Former Secret Army Organization commandos are being hired in Spain by the French secret police.


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