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Edelman discusses why Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) decided to run for president in 1968, RFK’s relationship with Lyndon B. Johnson, and his position on the Vietnam War, among other issues.
Edelman discusses Theodore H. White’s 1968 book The Making of the President, developing Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 presidential campaign speeches, and Lyndon B. Johnson’s withdrawal from the 1968 presidential race, among other issues.
Edelman discusses Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) 1968 Washington D.C. presidential campaign, RFK’s farm program, and RFK’s California 1968 presidential debate debacle with Eugene J. McCarthy, among other issues.
Edelman discusses Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) 1964 senatorial campaign, RFK’s 1965 narcotics legislation, and his thesis on what RFK tried to accomplish during the 1965 senate, among other issues.
Edelman discusses Robert F. Kennedy's (RFK) 1965 legislative agenda, speeches, and statements, RFK’s relationship with Jacob K. Javits, and RFK’s support of community action, among other issues.
Edelman discusses Robert F. Kennedy's (RFK) 1966 trip to Mississippi, New York politics, social legislation including medicaid, social security, and welfare, and Frank O’Connor’s 1966 New York gubernatorial campaign, among other issues.
Eldelman discusses the 1966 New York transit strike, the 1966 minimum wage bill, and reflects on his work for Robert F. Kennedy, among other issues.
Edelman discusses the 1967 New York constitutional convention, the 1960s US hunger crisis, and Robert F. Kennedy's 1967 speeches and statements, among other issues.
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