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Bell compares the cabinet officers and White House staff during the Truman and Kennedy administrations, discusses the functions of the Budget Bureau and its operations during the Kennedy administration, and briefly discusses U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), 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.
Fahey provides her account of President Kennedy’s visit to the Shrine of Guadalupe during his trip to Mexico, June 30 - July 2, 1962, among other issues.
Humphrey discusses the potential candidates for vice president in 1964, Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) 1964 Senate campaign, the 1968 presidential campaign, and RFK’s assassination and its political aftermath, among other issues.
Knebel discusses covering JFK, Jacqueline B. Kennedy, and RFK during the 1950s and 1960s, conversations with JFK about Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, connections with members of Rafael Trujillo regime, JFK’s attitudes towards women, and Sorensen's role.
This interview focuses on non-crisis negotiations with the Soviet Union, nuclear test ban treaty, the Soviet purchase of American wheat, Southeast Asia, and diplomatic relationships with NATO allies, among other issues.
This interview focuses on John Kelly’s appointment as assistant secretary, oil interests, helium contracts, President Roosevelt’s Hyde Park home, and the creation of a Kennedy myth, among other issues.
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