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Interviewee: Mankiewicz, Frank (Frank Fabian), 1924-2014
Political campaign, 1968(4)
Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968(9)
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973(1)
Hoover, J. Edgar, (John Edgar), 1895-1972(1)
McCarthy, Eugene (Eugene Joseph), 1916-2005(1)
Manchester, William R. (William Raymond), 1922-2004(1)
Mankiewicz discusses Robert Kennedy’s trip to Latin America in November 1965, describes how he came to work for Robert Kennedy, and talks about his personality, habits of mind, views on religion and other topics.
Mankiewicz discusses his relationship with Senator Robert F. Kennedy, the role of the press, the staff, functionality and physical set up of the senate office, among other issues.
Mankiewicz discusses Robert Kennedy’s relationship with President Johnson and the Johnson administration, the foreign and domestic press, Robert Kennedy’s speech on Vietnam and campaigning, among other issues.
Mankiewicz discusses his involvement with the Peace Corps, Robert Kennedy’s relationship with J. Edgar Hoover, and the controversy surrounding wiretapping, among other issues.
Mankiewicz discusses the work on Robert Kennedy’s book To Seek a Newer World, the William Manchester controversy, and Robert Kennedy’s personal relationships, among other issues.
This interview focuses on Robert Kennedy’s decision to run in the 1968 campaign, including his relationship with his staff, constituent groups, and fellow politicians, among other issues.
This interview focuses on Robert Kennedy’s decision to run in the 1968 campaign, entering primary races, campaign funding and staff, among other issues.
This interview focuses on the press coverage and logistics during Robert Kennedy’s 1968 campaign, among other issues.
This interview focuses on Senator Robert Kennedy’s 1968 campaign, his debate with Eugene McCarthy, and the California primary, among other issues.
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