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Bartlett, Charles (Charles Leffingwell), 1921-(1)
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Bartlett discusses his role in introducing Jacqueline Bouvier to John F. Kennedy (JFK), JFK’s relationship with Lyndon Baines Johnson, and JFK’s Cabinet appointments, among other issues.
Beaty discusses interactions between the Interior Department and White House staff, and the Kennedy administration’s difficulty with getting legislation passed, among other issues.
Brandon discusses the evolution of John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) foreign policy views, the Bay of Pigs invasion, and the reaction in the Soviet Union to JFK’s assassination, among other issues.
Cole discusses Teodoro Moscoso and Richard N. Goodwin’s 1962 mission to Chile, the 1964 Chilean Presidential election, socialist and communist influences in Chile, the Agency for International Development (AID), and U.S. foreign policy towards Latin America, among other issues.
Jones, Oberdorfer, and Rogovin discuss the feasibility of the Cuban prisoners exchange, negotiations with U.S. corporations over whether or not the goods they donated would be tax exempt, the Red Cross’s involvement, and the problems with fulfilling Cuba’s ransom demands, among other issues.
In this interview, he discusses conflicting policies on China, the Chinese food crisis and the “Food for Peace” campaign, and Sino-Soviet relations, among other issues.
This interview focuses on Lyndon Johnson’s relationships with John and Robert F. Kennedy, his role as vice president, President Kennedy’s trip to Texas, and the plane ride following the assassination, among other issues.
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