Tuesday, July 3, 1945
JFK was in London where he attended a political rally and listened to a speech given by Professore Harold Laski of the London School of Economics.
Kenendy noted in his journal entry for the day that Laski spoke with much bitterness that night. He mused that Laski, the Chairman of the Executive Council of the Labor Party was likely never to achieve his rightful prominence in the life and affairs of Britain because of his Jewish heritage.
[129, p. 23-4]