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Albert talks about a range of political and legislative issues during John F. Kennedy’s time in Congress and as president.
Baldrige discusses entertaining at the White House, state visits, and humorous anecdotes about the Kennedys, among other issues.
Balewa discusses his memories of President John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) character, JFK’s influence on world affairs, and the impact of JFK’s assassination on Nigerians, among other issues.
Belk discusses the division of labor within the National Security Council, its relationship with the Department of State and Department of Defense, Latin American and African affairs, and McGeorge Bundy, among other issues.
Ben-Gurion discusses the interactions of Russia and China and speculates on the possibility that John F. Kennedy (JFK) would have been able to diffuse tensions between the United States and those nations, JFK’s youthfulness, and the Peace Corps, among other issues.
Bernstein discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) inauguration, public and private dinners he attended at the White House, and humorous anecdotes about his interactions with JFK and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, among other issues.
Bertsch discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) views on agriculture, the successes of the Farmers Home Administration during JFK’s presidency, and the tone that JFK set in government, among other issues.
Bissell discusses the Bay of Pigs invasion and its aftermath, including the decision not to support the invaders with air strikes, and investigations by the CIA Inspector General and General Maxwell D. Taylor, among other issues.
Blumenthal discusses the Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) decision to run for president in 1968, the Eugene J. McCarthy campaign and Democratic Party leadership’s reaction to that decision, and RFK’s campaign in Indiana and New York State, among other issues.
Burke discusses his frustrations with the Kennedy administration, including Robert S. McNamara’s changes to the Department of Defense, the Bay of Pigs Invasion, general lack of respect for procedures and lessons from the past, and censoring of a speech that Burke was to give in January 1961, among other issues.
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