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Belafonte discusses the development of his political awareness, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and others in the civil rights movement, and collaboration and conflict with John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy, 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.
The Bradens discuss their roles in John F. Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign and Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 presidential campaign; California politics; humorous anecdotes about the Kennedy family; and Robert F. Kennedy’s speech in Indianapolis on the night Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, among other issues.
Clark discusses Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) knowledge of and views on wiretapping, wiretaps and bugs of Martin Luther King, Jr., and RFK’s relationship with J. Edgar Hoover, among other issues.
Collins discusses the 1960 Democratic National Convention, John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign and relationship with the South, and the broadcasting industry’s fight for free access to information for use in broadcasting, among other issues.
Doherty discusses the 1968 Indiana presidential primary, the night Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, and the Francis X. Morrissey affair, among other issues.
In this interview Douglas discusses his work at the Justice Department, his subsequent relationship with Robert Kennedy, his work with RFK on his father’s campaign, and RFK’s political campaigns for senate and later the presidency.
In this interview, Douglas discusses organizing Robert F. Kennedy's (RFK) campaign for the primaries in Indiana, the struggle to gain support from labor groups and politicians, and RFK’s strong dedication and political platform, among other issues.
Edelman discusses Theodore H. White’s 1968 book The Making of the President, developing Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 presidential campaign speeches, and Lyndon B. Johnson’s withdrawal from the 1968 presidential race, among other issues.
Evans discusses wiretapping under RFK and telephone taps on Martin Luther King, Jr., among other issues.
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