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Object Type: Oral history
John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection(1314)
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Beaty, Orren, 1919-2005(14)
Billings, Lem (Kirk LeMoyne), 1916-1981(11)
Dillon, C. Douglas (Clarence Douglas), 1909-2003(12)
Feldman, Myer ("Mike"), 1914-2007(14)
Walinsky, Adam, 1937-(14)
Political campaign, 1960(236)
United States government departments and agencies(120)
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963(94)
Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968(68)
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973(54)
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978(22)
King, Martin Luther, 1929-1968(19)
New York (State)(41)
Democratic Party (U.S.). National Convention, 1960(53)
United States. Congress(36)
United States. Congress. Senate(46)
United States. Department of State. , 09/1789 -(44)
United States. Department of the Interior(36)
Anderson, Lee Dutton(1)
Battle, Frances Barry Webb(1)
Boggs, Lindy (Corinne Morrison Claiborne), 1916-2013(1)
Galbraith, Kitty (Catherine), 1913-2008(2)
Abel discusses his relationship with President Kennedy and his administration, and talks about the role the media played during the presidency, among other issues.
Abel discusses his 1966 book The Missile Crisis, and the role the media played during the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Acheson talks about foreign policy matters during the John F. Kennedy administration and his advice and activities during that time. He also reads the text of several letters he wrote to JFK.
Members of the Council of Ecnomic Advisers discuss the Council of Economic Advisers under President Kennedy, the recession issue, the budget, and the relationship between the Treasury and Federal Reserve, among other issues.
Aiken, recalls his first meetings with John F. Kennedy, and discusses nuclear proliferation, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Bay of Pigs invasion, among other foreign policy issues.
Aiken discusses his dealings with John F. Kennedy on issues such as the Battle Act amendment, the Test Ban Treaty, the Passamaquoddy Project, wheat sales to Russia and Aiken’s trip to Moscow, among other issues.
Ailes discusses his appointment as under secretary of the army, his involvement in the 1960 campaign, the political appointments process in the Department of Defense, and issues regarding Panama and the canal.
Ailes discusses issues surrounding the United States’ presence on Okinawa, and also procedural and bureaucratic matters within the Department of Defense.
Ailes talks about the Reserves and the National Guard, and discusses the reorganization of those forces.
Ailes talks about the organization of the government’s civil defense efforts, and also touches on issues of civil rights and discrimination in the military.
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