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Bolling discusses his work with John F. Kennedy (JFK) on the Landrum-Griffin labor bill, JFK’s relationship with Speaker of the House Samuel Taliaferro Rayburn, the 1960 presidential campaign in California, the process of reforming the House Rules Committee.
Corbin discusses organizing John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) Wisconsin and New York Citizens’ Committees, clashing with Carmine G. DeSapio and Michael H. Prendergast’s over JFK’s 1960 campaign in New York State, and his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, among other issues.
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.
Evans discusses RFK’s involvement with the McClellan Committee, his role as liaison to RFK as Attorney General, and traveling with RFK, among other issues.
Feild discusses the 1960 Democratic National Convention, 1960 Presidential campaign, the President’s Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity, and Plans for Progress, among other issues.
Hundley discusses Kennedy’s strengthened approach against organized crime, disagreements with investigative agencies, the Bernard Goldfine case, 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.
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