JUST FRIENDS AND BRAVE ENEMIES by Robert Kennedy

JUST FRIENDS AND BRAVE ENEMIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Robert Kennedy has put together a catalogue of his 1962, 30,000 mile world tour, made up of travel notes, speeches and the transcript of tape recordings of student question-and-answer exchanges. There are several pocket-sized profiles of the world leaders he met, but the backbone of the book is composed of the touch and go sessions with people along Mr. Kennedy's route. From the record given, Mr. Kennedy handles himself, the prestige of the United States, as well as many ticklish, loaded questions, with tact and honesty. Young adults who follow current events with interest will want this firsthand account.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1962
Publisher: Harper