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Interviewee: Feldman, Myer ("Mike"), 1914-2007
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Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973(1)
Hodges, Luther H. (Luther Hartwell), 1898-1974(1)
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1914-1988(1)
New York (State)(1)
Democratic Party (U.S.). National Convention, 1960(2)
President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the President. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)(1)
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United States. Department of State. , 09/1789 -(1)
Feldman discusses Feldman’s role in the senate campaign, JFK’s senate record and legislation, and JFK’s plan to win the presidency, among other issues.
Feldman discusses speeches during the 1960 campaign, the organization of the office of coordinator for research, and the research team’s debate preparation, among other issues.
Feldman discusses coordination between campaign offices, selecting key members and planning the National Convention, and JFK and Foster Furcolo’s joint appearance, among other issues.
Feldman discusses the Wisconsin and West Virginia primaries, working out of Charleston, West Virginia, and Hubert H. Humphrey’s campaign objections, among other issues.
Feldman discusses the organization of the senate office, deciding where to run 1960 primary campaigns, and evaluating the primary candidates, among other issues.
Feldman discusses counting votes and meeting with delegates at the Democratic National Convention, the Texas delegation, and choosing Lyndon B. Johnson as vice president, among other issues.
Feldman discusses election night, appointing task forces, and presidential appointments, among other issues.
Feldman discusses the atmosphere in the White House after Inauguration, preparing the State of the Union Address and subsequent messages, and Kennedy’s televised press conferences, among other issues.
Feldman discusses developing a plan for the refugee problem, the secret mission to Israel to work for peace, and further initiatives to solve the refugee problem during the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Feldman discusses Arab-Israeli border disputes, opposing peace negotiations, and cooperating with Israel in the Robert Soblen capture, among other issues.
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