Eleanor Roosevelt to Dr. Philip S. Herbert, Jr.1, October 24, 1960
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Eleanor Roosevelt to Dr. Philip S. Herbert, Jr.1

October 24, 1960

Dear Dr. Herbert:

I think in his broadcast Senator Kennedy stated that he never intended to act alone, that he fully intended to consult other American states, but I may be wrong, so I am sending your letter to the Senator in order that he may correct my interpretation if it is not clear.

With my good wishes,


Very sincerely yours,
TL, POF, MBJFK

     1. Dr. Philip S. Herbert, Jr., see Dr. Philip S. Herbert, Jr. to ER, 10/21/60, n1

Index to this Document: Cuba: JFK policy on; Herbert, Philip S., Jr.: ER's correspondence with; Kennedy, John F.: Cuba policy of; ER intervention for; ER on Cuban policy; Multilaterlism: JFK, Cuba and; Roosevelt, Eleanor: Philip S. Herbert, Jr. and; JFK, Cuban policy of; JFK, intervention for

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Recommended citation: Eleanor Roosevelt, John Kennedy, and the Election of 1960: A Project of The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, ed. by Allida Black, June Hopkins, John Sears, Christopher Alhambra, Mary Jo Binker, Christopher Brick, John S. Emrich, Eugenia Gusev, Kristen E. Gwinn, and Bryan D. Peery (Columbia, S.C.: Model Editions Partnership, 2003). Electronic version based on unpublished letters. http://adh.sc.edu.

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