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September 1969 Senators Margaret Chase Smith and Mike Mansfield with Apollo 11 Astronauts Michael Collins, Neil Armstrong, and Buzz Aldrin.
Speech in Solon, Maine
November 8, 1938

"Cold War"
Radio statement
January 30, 1949

"Women's World Group"
Radio statement
Easter 1949

"Declaration of Conscience"
Statement on the floor of the U.S. Senate
June 1, 1950

"Senate Bill - S. 200"
Proposal making Communist Party membership illegal
January 7, 1953

"McCarthy Letter"
Correspondence with Senator Joseph McCarthy
July 14, 1956

"Leave It to the Girls"
Lyrics to a presidential campaign tribute honoring
Margaret Chase Smith
January 1964

"Importance of Aviation & Space in Our World Today"

Written for Above and Beyond:
Encyclopedia of Aviation and Space Sciences

Published in 1967

"Tenth Anniversary of the Moon Landing"
Observance at the Library of Congress
July 19, 1979

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