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Celebrezze discusses his appointment as Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW), federal aid to private schools, and HEW’s legislative program during the Kennedy administration, among other issues.
Dixon discusses the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) relationship with the White House, the FTC’s reorganization, and the anti-business image of the John F. Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Gore discusses personal relationship with John F. Kennedy, advising him during the presidency, and participation in committees in the Senate, 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.
Focuses on the activities of the McClellan Committee, work on the book The Enemy Within, involvement in the 1960 presidential campaign, Robert Kennedy’s leadership role at the 1960 Democratic National Convention, vice presidency, interview with JPK Sr.
Interview focuses on the activities of the 1960 presidential campaign, campaign expenditures, the vice presidency, campaign volunteers, citizens’ groups, Civil Rights, the labor and minority votes, and Southern support.
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