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Brown discusses the President’s Panel on Mental Retardation, including its formation, competing interests, and the various interest groups represented by the members of the Panel, among other issues.
Clark discusses federal judgeship appointments in Texas, the relationship between Robert F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, and changes to the Indian Claims Commission, among other issues.
Dragon discusses his memories of the 1960 presidential campaign, his work for Agency for International Development, and his work on John F. Kennedy’s stockpile investigation, among other issues.
Fay discusses personal interactions with John F. Kennedy (JFK), JFK’s views of foreign policy, his relationship with staff, the Bay of Pigs invasion, the Cuban Missile Crisis, Robert F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign, as well as Fay’s book, The Pleasure of His Company, among other issues.
Guitierrez discusses role as ambassador, the Alliance for Progress, and other Latin American policy, among other issues.
Gwirtzman discusses staffing RFK’s 1968 presidential campaign and providing research to speechwriters for the campaign.
Hamill discusses the research on the link between smoking and cancer, the organization of the Advisory Committee, and the intensity of the smoking debate, among other issues.
Hennessey-Donovan discusses living in England with the Kennedy family while Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. was ambassador to that country; attending the birth of all but one of Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr.’s grandchildren; John F. and Robert F. Kennedy’s assassinations; and founding the Kennedy-Donovan Center; among other issues.
Lester discusses the President’s Commission on the Status of Women, among other issues.
Tubridy discusses the time she spent over the years with different members of the Kennedy family, her observations of Kennedy family dynamics, and John F. Kennedy’s relationship with Ireland and the Irish, other issues.
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