The Presidency: A Moving Experience

"The trip was for me a moving experience," said President Kennedy in a brief taped TV report to the nation last week. "I found in every country a deep conviction in our common goals, the unity of the West, the freedom of man, the necessity for peace . . . Today, we can be more confident than ever that the Old World and the New are partners for progress and partners for peace."

After the emotional welcome in Germany and the sentimental flood in Ireland, the rest of the President's European journey was mixed. He met with Harold Macmillan for...

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