Foreign Relations: The Tourist


At times, Attorney General Bobby Kennedy seemed more like an eager office hunter on the hustings than a tourist in Poland. As thousands of Poles cheered him on a half-day visit to Cracow, Kennedy turned to the city's mayor and joked, "I am going to announce my candidacy for the mayoralty of Cracow."

Building Bridges. Fresh from Germany, where he had unveiled a memorial plaque to President Kennedy on the fagade of the West Berlin City Hall,

Bobby was mobbed by enthusiastic Poles from the moment he landed at Warsaw airport. Despite press...

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