THE Washington Post reported its insight into President Kennedy's thinking came "on the highest authority." The Baltimore Sun cited Kennedy "friends." The Philadelphia Bulletin listed "those who should know," "those who know the President best," "closest associates," "those in whom he has confidence," and "intimates." But the New York Times's Elder Pun dit Arthur Krock, who has not recently been in Palm Beach, felt free to insist that it was the President him self who had been doing the talking. At any rate, the President's thinking ranged over a variety of subjects, from...

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