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Booker discusses African Americans’ disappointment with and distrust of John F. Kennedy (JFK) due to his lack of action on civil rights in Congress; his experience with the 1960 Kennedy-for-President campaign, JFK and Robert F. Kennedy's awareness of civil rights during the Presidency.
Camp discusses the card file that the 1960 Kennedy campaign kept of potential supporters and Democratic National Convention delegates, the operations of John F. Kennedy’s press secretary’s office during the campaign and White House years, and campaign trips and later state visits that she did advance work for, among other issues.
Camp discusses the staff and operations of the Office of the White House Press Secretary, daily White House press briefings, press coverage of the Kennedy family, and the Cuban Missile Crisis, among other issues.
Camp discusses White House staff members, Pierre E.G. Salinger’s role as an intermediary between the U.S. and USSR, and advance work and press relations on domestic and international presidential trips, among other issues.
Cauley discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) visits to Kansas and Missouri, JFK’s interactions with Midwestern political figures, and JFK’s relationship with the press, among other issues.
Chapman discusses the 1956 and 1960 Democratic National Conventions, his part in organizing the 1960 Kennedy for President campaign in West Virginia, and anti-Catholicism, among other issues.
In this interview she discusses the White House photographers, Pierre Salinger’s policies, White House press
operations, and the Kennedy family’s reaction to press coverage, among other issues.
In this interview she discusses press operations during the Bay of Pigs, the challenges faced by women in politics, and press operations during international trips, among other issues.
Davis discusses the 1960 presidential campaign, John F. Kennedy’s assassination and Lyndon B. Johnson’s swearing in, and the press coverage of the White House, among other issues.
Donovan discusses the process of writing his book, the casting of the PT 109 film, and his memory of the assassination, among other issues.
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