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Beaty discusses conflicts over public lands, tensions between public and private utilities interests, and oil import policy, among other issues.
Bohlen discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) views of the Soviet Union; foreign relations crises during the Kennedy administration, including the Bay of Pigs, war in Laos, and Cuban Missile Crisis; and Bohlen’s assessment of JFK as a president and a man.
Boutin discusses the 1960 Democratic primary in New Hampshire; the 1960 Democratic National Convention; reforms that he made in the General Service Administration in personnel practices, bidding and contracting, and implementing equal opportunity programs; the stockpile investigation; and John F. Kennedy’s involvement in planning his presidential l...
Bradley discusses the 1960 Democratic National Convention, John F. Kennedy’s 1960 campaign visits to California, and contacts that Bradley had with Kennedy during the presidency, among other issues.
Brown discusses his role in the Kennedy Administration, White House staff and daily operations, as well as the morale and staff outlook, among other issues.
Burke discusses the advertising and political strategies employed in John F. Kennedy’s 1952 Senate campaign against Henry Cabot Lodge, 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.
Carr discusses his appointment and duties as Under Secretary of the Interior, other Kennedy Administration appointees to the Department of the Interior, and power and water projects, among other issues.
Cavanaugh discusses his friendship with the Kennedy family; John F. Kennedy (JFK), Robert F. Kennedy, and Edward M. Kennedy’s personalities; and JFK’s assassination, among other issues.
Coerr discusses the Bay of Pigs and its effect on White House-State Department relations, U.S. relations with the Dominican Republic and Uruguay, and the formation of the Alliance of Progress, among other issues.
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