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Bundy discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) thinking and decision making style; his relationship with other members of his administration, including his close working relationship with Theodore C. Sorensen; the aftermath of the Bay of Pigs invasion; the Cuban Missile Crisis; Laos and the Vietnam War; the threat of military conflict with the Soviet Unio...
Cabot discusses Brazil’s involvement in the Alliance for Progress, U.S. foreign policy towards Poland and Eastern Europe during the John F. Kennedy Administration, and U.S.-China relations during the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Coit discusses her personal relationship with John F. Kennedy (JFK), her biography of Bernard M. Baruch, and her analysis of JFK’s handwriting, among other issues.
Culver discusses his long-time friendship with Edward M. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy’s personality and legacy, and his involvement with various Kennedy memorials, among other issues.
Davis discusses John F. Kennedy's (JFK) congressional staff, his temperament, working style, and interests while in the House of Representatives; his 1952 senatorial campaign; and conflicts over hiring his senate staff, among other issues.
Evans discusses organized crime, RFK and J. Edgar Hoover’s relationship, and the relationship between the FBI and the Department of Justice, among other issues.
Farmer discusses the 1960 presidential campaign; the relationship between Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and the John F. Kennedy (JFK) administration, interactions with Robert F. Kennedy and the Justice Department, the Freedom Rides and other civil rights actions; and JFK’s impact on civil rights, among other issues.
Feldman discusses RFK’s 1968 presidential campaign, those involved, and various other races going on in New York State leading up to the California Democratic Primary, among other issues.
Galbraith discusses his relationship to the Kennedy family, his involvement in JFK’s congressional and presidential campaigns, and JFK’s motivations for the presidency, among other issues.
Gifford discusses RFK in Hyannis and comparing him to EMK, working with RFK and EMK on the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, and the 1968 presidential campaign, among other issues.
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