John F. Kennedy: The Promise Revisited

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John F. Kennedy International Honorary Committee
Chairman: Honorable Edward M. Kennedy
Hon. Joseph P. Addabbo Claude Hooton, Jr. Hon. Claiborne Pell
Hon. Carl Albert Dr. R. Gordon Hoxie Hon. Claude Pepper
Hon. William Attwood Harold M. Ickes, Esq. Hon. Otis G. Pike
Hon. Letitia Baldrige Hon. Daniel K. Inouye Dr. Emanuel R. Piore
Hon. George W. Ball Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Hon. David F. Powers
Charles L. Bartlett Hon. Jacob L. Javits Dr. Isidor I. Rabi
Harry Belafonte Mrs. Lyndon Baines Johnson Hon. Jennings Randolph
Hon. John Brademas Hon. Barbara Jordan Hon. Charles B. Rangel
H. E. Willy Brandt Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., Esq. Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., Esq.
Hon. Edmund G. Brown Hon. Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Benjamin H. Read
Prof. Harold Brown Hon. Carl Kaysen Hon. Edwin O. Reischauer
Hon. McGeorge Bundy Caroline B. Kennedy Hon. Abraham Ribicoff
Prof. James McGregor Burns Edward M. Kennedy, Jr. Hon. Peter W. Rodino, Jr.
Hon. Robert C. Byrd Joseph P. Kennedy II Hon. Robert V. Roosa
Hon. Mortimer M. Caplin Kara Kennedy Hon. W. W. Rostow
Hon. Hugh L. Carey Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy Hon. Dean Rusk
Hon. Jimmy Carter Hon. Leon H. Keyserling Dr. Bayard Rustin
Hon. Anthony J. Celebrezze Coretta Scott King Hon. Pierre Salinger
Hon. Abram Chayes Lane Kirkland Prof. Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
Hon. Harlan Cleveland Joseph Kraft Prof. Glenn T. Seaborg
Hon. Clark M. Clifford Patricia Kennedy Lawford John Seigenthaler
Maj. Gen. Chester V. Clifton, USA (Ret.) Marjorie M. Lawson, Esq. Eric Sevareid
Hon. Wilbur J. Cohen Gen. Lyman L. Lemnitzer, USA (Ret.) R. Adm. Tazewell Shepard, Jr., USN (Ret.)
Hon. John B. Connally Hon. Norman F. Lent Eunice Kennedy Shriver
Norman Cousins Anthony Lewis Maria Shriver
Hon. Archibald Cox Hon. John Lewis Hon. Sargent Shriver
Hon. Mario M. Cuomo Evelyn Lincoln Hugh Sidey
Margaret Truman Daniel Hon. John V. Lindsay Claude Sitton
Hon. J. Edward Day Hon. Lee Loevinger Jean Kennedy Smith
Hon. Michel Debré Dr. Joseph M.A.H. Luns Stephen E. Smith
Hon. Douglas Dillon William Manchester Hon. Theodore C. Sorensen
Richard K. Donahue, Esq. James H. Marshall Charles F. Spalding
Hon. John Doar Hon. Burke Marshall George Stevens, Jr.
Hon. Thomas J. Downey Hon. John Bartlow Martin Hon. Roger L. Stevens
Hon. Ralph A. Dungan Hon. William McChesney Martin Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson
Hon. Frederick G. Dutton Hon. Eugene J. McCarthy Rt. Hon., The Earl of Stockton
Hon. Abba Eban Sarah McClendon C. L. Sulzberger
John F. English, Esq. Hon. John J. McCloy Joseph C. Swidler, Esq.
Hon. Paul B. Fay Hon. George McGhee Hon. Stuart Symington
Hon. Myer Feldman Hon. George McGovern Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, USA (Ret.)
Hon. Dan H. Fenn, Jr. Hon. Raymond J. McGrath Hon. James Tobin
Hon. Gerald R. Ford Mary McGrory Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
Hon. Orville L. Freeman Brig. Gen. Godfrey T. McHugh, USAF (Ret.) Stanley Tretick
Hon. John Kenneth Galbraith Hon. Robert S. McNamara Hon. Cyrus R. Vance
Hon. Richard N. Gardner Hon. James H. Meredith Hon. William J. vanden Heuvel
Lt. Gen. James M. Gavin, USA (Ret.) James H. Meredith, Esq. Hon. Robert, F. Wagner
Hon. Roswell L. Gilpatric Newton N. Minow, Esq. Mike Wallace
Hon. John H. Glenn, Jr. Hon. Bill Moyers Hon. Robert C. Weaver
Hon. Arthur J. Goldberg Hon. Daniel P. Moynihan Hon. James E. Webb
Hon. Lincoln Gordon Hon. Robert J. Mrazek Lee C. White, Esq.
Prof. Jack Greenberg Hon. Edmund S. Muskie Hon. Theodore H. White
Hon. David Hackett Hon. Richard Nixon Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner
Michael Harrington Hon. Lawrence F. O'Brien Andy Williams
Louis Harris Hon. Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. Hon. Willard Wirtz
Hon. Mark O. Hatfield Hon. Richard L. Ottinger Hon. Harris L. Wofford, Jr.
Prof. Roger Hilsman Hon. Robert L. Payton Hon. Andrew Young

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