The Presidency: Peace on Earth

John Kennedy wore a blue pinstripe suit and a cheery look as he walked to the press-conference microphones. Before the questioning began, he had several announcements to make. For one thing, he and his wife thought it was awfully nice of France to let the U.S. have a look at Mona Lisa (see PEOPLE). Unimpressed, reporters doodled on their note pads. The President kept them doodling by turning to a "more physical side" and coming out strong for togetherness in athletics. He sounded urgent in his warning that rival U.S. amateur organizations must stop bickering or there may be...

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