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Bailey discusses the 1956 and 1960 Democratic National Conventions, the 1960 presidential campaign, and anecdotes about life on the campaign trail, among other issues.
Bernhard discusses committees on equal employment, discrimination in housing, and the discrimination in the military, as well as his relations with the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's attempts to discredit King.
Dalton discusses Missouri’s issues with John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) 1960 presidential campaign, working with JFK’s White House staff, and the Southern Governors’ Conference, among other issues.
Forbes discusses creating and editing the Kennedy Convention Bulletin, his first days in Washington on the Housing and Home Finance Agency, and the White House regional conferences, among other issues.
Gleason discusses participation in the 1960 campaign, appointment as VA administrator, and various projects during his appointment, among other issues.
This interview focuses on Robert Kennedy’s decision to run in the 1968 campaign, including his relationship with his staff, constituent groups, and fellow politicians, among other issues.
Tree discusses her work at the United Nations, and her decision to support Robert F. Kennedy for president, among other issues
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