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dated June 30, 1961: Disarmament work

President Kennedy proposed the establishment of a permanent U.S. Disarmament Agency in Washington on June 29. The new-agency, according to the proposal, would have sweeping powers to draw up disarmament plans, negotiate and handle enforcement if any International arms control agreement is reached. The new autonomous federal bureau would replace the “U.S. Disarmament Administration,” which now operates in the State Department under Mr. John J. McCloy, Mr. Kennedy's Special Adviser on Disarmament.

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