Saturday, May 7, 1960
JFK suspended his intensive primary campaigning in West Virginia to make a whirlwind trip to Nebraska, which was also staging a primary election on the following Tuesday. He was accompanied by Nebraskan Ted Sorensen. During the trip he assigned his aide to draft a document outlining what he thought were the four or so questions that most bugged Protestants about having a Catholic for president.
[300, p. 107]