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John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection(4)
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Buchwald, Art (Arthur), 1925-2007(1)
Bundy, William P. (William Putnam), 1917-2000(1)
Coleman, Barbara J., 1935?-(1)
Dolan, Joseph F. (Joseph Francis), 1921-(1)
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Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968(2)
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Ngo, Dinh Diem, 1901-1963(1)
Democratic Party (U.S.). National Convention, 1960(1)
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Buchwald discusses his friendship with Robert F. Kennedy, his impressions of the Kennedy family, and the lines between the personal and political relationships, among other issues.
Bundy discusses documents from the 1961 National Security Files about Vietnam, increasing troop strength, questioning Ngo Dinh Diem’s ability to lead Vietnam, use of defoliants and other unconventional weapons, and U.S. counterinsurgency theory, among other issues.
In this interview Coleman discusses Pierre Salinger’s press operations during the 1960 primaries and the presidential campaign, the Democratic National Convention, and Salinger’s relationship with the Kennedy administration, among other issues.
Dolan discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) pre-1960 convention Colorado visits, the Colorado Democratic Party’s dislike of JFK, and the 1960 Democratic National Convention, 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.
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