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Foreign Assistance Act of 1961

The United States Constitution specifies that Congress decides how funds will be spent. The Constitution also mandates that, as the nation’s chief executive, the president has foreign affairs...

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Foreign Assistance Act of 1961

The election of the young, attractive senator from Massachusetts, John F. Kennedy, to the presidency stood in sharp contrast to the campaign of the individual against whom he competed, Vice...

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