REMARKS OF SENATOR JOHN F. KENNEDY AT WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT COUNCILS, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, APRIL 2, 1960
We have been talking about change and challenge, about leadership and vision. No change in the world about us presents a greater challenge – no problem calls for greater leadership and vision – than the radioactive pollution of our atmosphere by the testing of nuclear weapons.
It is not a simple problem with simple answers. The experts disagree – the evidence is in conflict – the obstacles to an international solution are large and many. But the issue of nuclear tests and their effects is one which should be discussed in the coming months – not as a purely partisan matter, but as one of the great issues on the American scene.
I was glad, therefore, that this issue was raised last Sunday in a constructive and thoughtful way by the Governor of…
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