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Beaty discusses members of the Interior Department staff under Stewart Udall and the influence that outside constituencies had on appointments, particularly within the Bureau of Mines and Bureau of Mineral Resources, among other issues.
Boggs discusses the President’s Panel on Mental Retardation, the different task forces, drafting its final report, the disciplines and personalities represented on the Panel, and the Panel’s investigative mission to the Netherlands, among other issues.
Burke discusses Edward M. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) relationship in the Senate, and differences between the operations of their Senate offices; the Vietnam War; long deliberations about whether or not RFK should enter the 1968 presidential race; and RFK’s 1968 campaign, among other issues.
Cass discusses the operations of the Department of Labor and the various Secretaries of Labor that he worked under, the transition between the Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy administrations, and Secretary Arthur J. Goldberg’s administrative style, among other issues.
Crafts discusses Julius Duscha’s 1962 article on Forest Service and Park Service’s problematic relationship, Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall, and the establishment of various national recreation areas, among other issues.
J. Wayne Fredericks discusses JFK’s Africa policy, the U Thant plan to end the Katangan rebellion, and George McGhee’s mission to the Congo, among other issues.
This interview focuses on Robert Kennedy’s decision to run in the 1968 campaign, entering primary races, campaign funding and staff, 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 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.
This interview focuses on the relationship between the Attorney General’s office and the FBI, minority employment in the Department of Justice, Hickory Hill Seminars and Robert F. Kennedy’s 1962 state visits, among other issues.
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