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Dunfey discusses his work on the Democratic National Committee, John F. Kennedy’s 1960 New Hampshire presidential primary campaign, and his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, 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.
Marshall discusses violence in the Freedom Rides during 1961, negotiations with the governors and public safety officials of Alabama and Mississippi to ensure safety of the riders; arrests of the riders, and the eventual desegregation of bus facilities.
Marshall discusses the Freedom Rides, school desegregation, the executive order to end discrimination in federally funded housing, attempts at civil rights legislation, and the 1962 Albany, Georgia crisis, among other issues.
Marshall discusses the violence surrounding James Howard Meredith’s enrollment at the University of Mississippi, the contempt of court case against Mississippi governor Ross R. Barnett, and John F. Kennedy’s judicial appointments, among other issues.
Marshall discusses civil rights protests in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963, legislation that would become the 1964 Civil Rights Bill, and George C. Wallace’s attempt to stop the desegregation of the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa.
Marshall discusses his work on civil rights issues with Robert F. Kennedy during their time in the Department of Justice, FBI’s use of wiretapping and other electronic surveillance against Martin Luther King, Jr.; and Robert Kennedy's 1964 Senate and 1968 Presidential campaigns.
Sheridan discusses Robert F. Kennedy after President Kennedy's assassination, his work in upstate New York on the 1964 senate campaign, interactions with the mafia and political bosses in Utica, Robert Kennedy's campaign trips through upstate New York, and the campaign staff.
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