JMAS-105 General CorrespondenceDocuments from 21 November 1964 to 28 April 1965
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Letters arranging meetings with Jean Monnet, so he could talk to David Bruce and George Ball about affairs in Europe and President Johnson's Liberation Day speech, looking back over 20 years since the war, lessons for Europe,- Monnet felt liberation and equality should be keynotes in the speech, that US does not want to dictate to Europe what to do, but wants to treat a united Europe as an equal, extension of President Kennedy's policy of partnership.
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The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA