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Cole, Charles W. (Charles Woolsey), 1906-1978(1)
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Bertsch discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) views on agriculture, the successes of the Farmers Home Administration during JFK’s presidency, and the tone that JFK set in government, among other issues.
Butterworth discusses Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr.’s ambassadorship with Great Britain, his relationship to General George C. Marshall and John Foster Dulles, relations between the U.S. and Canada during the time that Butterworth served as ambassador to Canada, among other issues.
Byrne discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) campaigns for the House of Representatives, Senate, and presidency; JFK’s relationships with other Massachusetts Democrats, including Foster Furcolo and John William McCormack; and JFK’s influence on Massachusetts political races, among other issues.
Carr discusses the relationship between the Interior Department and other government agencies, power generation issues, his trip to the Soviet Union, and national parks, 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.
Donahue discusses recruiting talent for the John F. Kennedy (JFK) administration, working with the Dwight D. Eisenhower administration, and JFK’s treatment of his staff and cabinet, 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.
Feeney discusses Kennedy’s congressional campaigns, his early legislation issues as a young congressman, and the 1960 Democratic National Convention, among other issues.
The interviewees discuss the history of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, including the development of policies and procedures for handling documents, the various locations the library was housed, and development of the oral history program.
Garabedian discusses personal relationship with the Kennedys and participation in JFK’s campaigns, among other issues.
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