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Farmer discusses the Freedom Rides, the JFK administration and civil rights legislation, and Farmer’s support for RFK in New York, among other issues.
Fulbright discusses advising John F. Kennedy (JFK) during the 1960 campaign; the Bay of Pigs invasion, Laos, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and Berlin; and compares JFK’s ability as a communicator and negotiator to Lyndon B. Johnson’s abilities in those areas, among other issues.
Gaud discusses White House meetings regarding foreign aid, aid to various countries in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, and general policy regarding foreign aid, among other issues.
Glenn discusses personal relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, working on the 1968 presidential campaign, personal anecdotes, and RFK’s political and personal philosophy, among other issues.
Hamill discusses the political pressures within and outside of the Advisory Committee, Surgeon General Luther Terry’s role, and the difficulties within epidemiological research, among other issues.
Hundley discusses the J. Vincent Keogh case, wiretapping and bugging controversies, and tensions between the Justice Department and the FBI, among other issues.
Marshall discusses violence in Alabama in May 1961 during the Freedom Rides, the situation in Birmingham, negotiations with Governor Patterson, the decision to send federal marshals to Montgomery, and federal protection for Martin Luther King, Jr.
Miller discusses working with United States attorneys and the passage of influential legislation in prosecuting organized crime cases, among other issues.
Salinger discusses his Senate work with Robert F. Kennedy, his introduction to John F. Kennedy and work coordinating press relations on the 1960 campaign; 1960 Democratic primaries in Wisconsin and West Virginia, 1960 DNC, the Kennedy-Nixon debates.
Silberling discusses the breakdown of work in the Organized Crime Section of the Department of Justice, and relationships with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, among other issues.
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