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President Kennedy was right when he said, `` We shall never negotiate out of fear and we never shall fear to negotiate ''.
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That test, as President Kennedy forthrightly depicted it in his State of the Union message, will determine `` whether a nation organized and governed such as ours can endure ''.
President Kennedy, already two quiet demands down, still refused Thursday to be drawn into delivering a public ultimatum to Moscow.
The former President blithely ignored recent history in speaking of `` dollarette '' dollars under Kennedy Administration fiscal policies.
Gen. Taylor will report to President Kennedy in a few days on the results of his visit to South Viet Nam and, judging from some of his remarks to reporters in the Far East, he is likely to urge a more efficient mobilization of Vietnamese military, economic, political and other resources.
`` President Kennedy once again interpreted the Soviet proposals, to sign a peace treaty with Germany as a threat, as part of the world menace allegedly looming over the countries of capitalism.
`` The American press clamored for many days promising President Kennedy would reply to the most vital domestic and foreign problems confronting the United States.
Senator Mundt's gross distortion of President Eisenhower's conversation into a denunciation of President Kennedy as too left wing, a statement Mr. Eisenhower declared to be entirely false, is another case in point.
Congressmen returning from recess say the people admire President Kennedy so much, they're even willing to heed his call to sacrifice -- and give up his program.
But no President ever before referred to his as a `` lousy job '' ( as Walter Trohan recently quoted President Kennedy as doing in conversation with Sen. Barry Goldwater ).
President Kennedy has urged a peace race on disarmament that might be called `` Operation Survival '' which has many facets.
You remember the words of President Kennedy a week or so ago, when someone asked him when he was in Canada, and Dean Rusk was in Europe, and Vice President Johnson was in Asia, `` Who is running the store ''??
Once the full extent of this Russian military penetration of Cuba was clear, President Kennedy announced we would take whatever action was appropriate to prevent this, even if we had to go it alone.
You can see it, for example, in the extensive efforts President Kennedy has made to enlist solid bipartisan support for his actions toward both Cuba and Laos ; ;
This is the question now facing President Kennedy: How to put a stop to the Soviet buildup in Cuba and to Communist infiltration of this hemisphere??
`` Washington '', President Kennedy has been heard to remark ironically, `` is a city of southern efficiency and northern charm ''.
One of the vexatious problems to first confront President Kennedy was the property lying just across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House.
-- President Kennedy today pushed aside other White House business to devote all his time and attention to working on the Berlin crisis address he will deliver tomorrow night to the American people over nationwide television and radio.
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For lawyers, reflecting perhaps their parochial preferences, there has been a special fascination since then in the role played by the Supreme Court in that transformation -- the manner in which its decisions altered in `` the switch in time that saved nine '', President Roosevelt's ill-starred but in effect victorious `` Court-packing plan '', the imprimatur of judicial approval that was finally placed upon social legislation.
Retiring to his beloved Mount Vernon, he returned to preside over the Federal Convention, and was the only man in history to be unanimously elected President.
'' The other important difference between the two Constitutions was that the President of the Confederacy held office for six ( instead of four ) years, and was limited to one term.
Ironically no president we have had would have regretted more than President Eisenhower the possibility to which his own words, in the press conference held at the beginning of August, testified: that unable as he was himself to say his running was best for the country, unconsciously he had placed his party before his nation.
A little boy came to give the President his personal condolences, and the President gave word that any little boy who wanted to see him was to be shown in.
Now and then, the President would call for `` Little Jack, Master of the Hounds '', which was his nickname for a messenger who had worked in the White House since Teddy Roosevelt's administration, and discuss the welfare of some one of the animals.
Rob Roy was well aware of the importance of this mission, and he would walk in front of the President, looking neither to the right nor to the left.
It was her job to stand at the foot of the stairs, and, just as the First Lady stepped off the last tread, Mama would straighten out her long train before she marched to the Blue Room to greet her guests with the President.
In the judgment of Chief of Staff Scott it was ironic that the draft policy of a Democratic President, aimed at Germany, had to be pushed through the House of Representatives by the ranking minority member of the Military Affairs Committee -- a Republican Jew born in Germany!!
When Fosdick showed the letter to Baker his negative response was: `` For God's sake, Raymond, don't show this to the President or he'll stop the war ''.
This statement recalls the 1959 Berlin crisis, when President Eisenhower first told reporters that Berlin could not be defended with conventional weapons and then added that a nuclear defense was out of the picture too.
President Kennedy's latest warning to the Communist world that the United States will build up its military strength to meet any challenge in Berlin or elsewhere was, somewhat surprisingly, reported in full text or fairly accurate excerpts behind the Iron Curtain.
`` President Kennedy's enlargement of the American military program was welcomed on Wall Street as a stimulus to the American munitions industry.
We wish the President would remember that `` fiscal responsibility '' was the battle-cry of the party that lost the election.
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Their President, Jefferson Davis, interpreted their Constitution to mean that it `` admits of no coerced association '', but this remained so doubtful that `` there were frequent demands that the right to secede be put into the Constitution ''.
William A. Martinelli, chairman of the Citizens Group of Johnston, transferred the petitions from his left hand to his right hand after the council voted to accept them at the suggestion of Council President Raymond Fortin Sr..
President Lincoln ( center right ) with, from left, Generals Sherman, Grant and Admiral Porter – 1868 painting of events aboard the River Queen ( steamboat ) | River Queen in March, 1865
The defense also argued that the President reserved the right to test the constitutionality of an act of Congress, in good faith.
Shortly after the Thomas confirmation hearings, President George H. W. Bush dropped his opposition to a bill giving harassment victims the right to seek federal damage awards, back pay and reinstatement, and the law was passed by Congress.
President Bill Clinton ( center ), first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton ( right ) and their daughter Chelsea Clinton ( left ) wave to watchers at a parade down Pennsylvania Avenue on Inauguration Day, January 20, 1997.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper ( right ) and President of the United States | U. S. President Barack Obama ( left ) meet in Ottawa in February 2009
RAI International's latest politically appointed President ( an avowed right wing nationalist and former spokesperson for Giorgio Almirante, the leader of the post-fascist party of Italy ) had unilaterally terminated a 20-year-old agreement and stripped all of its 1, 500 to 2, 000 annual hours of programming from TLN Telelatino, a Canadian-run channel which had devoted 95 % of its prime time schedule to RAI programs for 20 years since TLN was founded.
* In some instances the right to work in any position ( including the civil service ) is granted, except for certain specific positions, such as in the defense departments, Governor-General or President or Prime Minister.
The entrance to Chiang's tombsite at Tzuhu ( Cihu ) uses the official posthumous rendering of Chiang Kai-shek ( Horizontal and vertical writing in East Asian scripts | from right to left ): The President ( space ) Lord Chiang Mausoleum.
In an effort to accommodate the right, he stressed that the liberation of Eastern Europe should be by peaceful means only ; he also distanced himself from his former boss President Truman.
Before 2000, the President had the right to enact regulations on matters not governed by parliamentary law, but this power was removed, and existing regulations were converted into regular statutes by the Parliament.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Germany, with Franz Josef Jung to his right and James L. Jones to his left.
Bongo was elected President in February 1973 ; in April 1975, the office of vice president was abolished and replaced by the office of prime minister, who had no right to automatic succession.
President François Mitterrand, a Socialist, for example, was forced to cohabit with the neo-Gaullist ( right wing ) Jacques Chirac, who became his prime minister from 1986 to 1988.
The appointments and dismissals of members of the German cabinet is approved by President of Germany | President Richard von Weizsäcker ( right ), on the advice of Chancellor of Germany ( Federal Republic of Germany ) | Chancellor Helmut Kohl ( left ) in 1991.
President Obama signing the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009 into law ; to his right is the new law's namesake, Lilly Ledbetter.
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