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Burns discusses the long debates among Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) staff and advisors over whether or not he should enter the 1968 presidential race, efforts to put together a California delegation to represent RFK, Jesse M. Unruh’s relationship with Lyndon Baines Johnson and RFK, and the organization of RFK’s 1968 campaign in California, among other...
In this interview Conway discusses getting Martin Luther King out of jail in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963; Robert F. Kennedy’s [RFK] view of King and his actions; the March on Washington; working with RFK and the Justice Department on civil rights legislation; Walter Reuther; Conway’s decision to leave John F. Kennedy’s Administration and working o...
In this interview Nolan discusses discussions of the possibility of Robert F. Kennedy [RFK] running for President in 1968; helping plan RFK’s trip to Eastern Europe in 1967 and opposition to the trip; Nolan’s trip to Vietnam; RFK’s decision not to visit Vietnam; working with Senator RFK; the Tet Offensive, 1968, and changing views of the Vietnam Wa...
In this interview Nolan discusses working with Jesse M. Unruh on putting together the California delegation for Robert F. Kennedy [RFK], 1968; raising funds for RFK’s presidential campaign; Carmine S. Bellino as campaign treasurer; treating California like two different states, north and south; campaign staffing issues; RFK’s first campaign visit t...
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