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Boggs discusses National Association for Retarded Children's (NARC) legislative and public policy goals during the 1950s and 1960s, frustration at John F. Kennedy's lack of action on mental retardation during his time in Congress, the inner workings of the President’s Panel on Mental Retardation.
Burke discusses the staff and operations of John F. Kennedy’s Boston office during his years in Congress, his health, and his personality and temperament, among other issues.
Chayes discusses Cabinet and other appointments in the Kennedy administration, including the reasons why Dean Rusk was chosen as Secretary of State; the appointment of John F. Kennedy’s Solicitor General; and use of executive privilege.
In this interview she discusses press operations during the Bay of Pigs, the challenges faced by women in politics, and press operations during international trips, among other issues.
Corbin discusses organizing John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) Wisconsin and New York Citizens’ Committees, clashing with Carmine G. DeSapio and Michael H. Prendergast’s over JFK’s 1960 campaign in New York State, and his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, among other issues.
Freeman discusses Hubert H. Humphrey’s campaign against John F. Kenney for the presidential nomination; concerns the public had with Kennedy’s voting on farm issues as a senator and also his Catholicism and later joining the Kennedy administration.
Grewe discusses diplomatic service in Washington, among other issues.
Leahy discusses the congressional campaign, and personal stories of JFK, among other issues.
Salinger discusses his Senate work with Robert F. Kennedy, his introduction to John F. Kennedy and work coordinating press relations on the 1960 campaign; 1960 Democratic primaries in Wisconsin and West Virginia, 1960 DNC, the Kennedy-Nixon debates.
Smith discusses the 1960 Democratic primary and general election campaigns in West Virginia, press coverage of West Virginia during those campaigns, and economic development programs in West Virginia during the Kennedy Administration.
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