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Interviewee: Wofford, Harris (Harris Llewellyn), 1926-
Martin, Louis (Louis Emmanuel), 1912-1997(1)
Mitchell, Parren (Parren James), 1922-2007(1)
Proctor, Samuel D. (Samuel DeWitt), 1914-1997(1)
Shriver, Sargent (Robert Sargent), 1915-2011(1)
Williams, Franklin H. (Franklin Hall), 1917-1990(1)
Political campaign, 1960(2)
King, Martin Luther, 1929-1968(3)
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973(1)
King, Coretta (Coretta Scott), 1927-2006(1)
Democratic Party (U.S.). National Convention, 1960(1)
United States. Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation(1)
Wofford discusses civil rights issues during the 1960 campaign; contacts between the Kennedy campaign, Martin Luther King, and other civil rights leaders and John F. Kennedy's 1960 phone call to Coretta Scott King during her husband’s imprisonment in Georgia.
Wofford discusses the civil rights section of the 1960 Kennedy for President campaign, the civil rights platform at the 1960 DNC, civil rights leaders’ access to John F. Kennedy's, “talent search” after John F. Kennedy's election, and work with Shriver and the Peace Corps.
Wofford discusses the “talent search” after John F. Kennedy's election, and Kennedy administration appointees; Lyndon B. Johnson’s civil rights work as vice president; FBI wiretaps of Martin Luther King, Jr.; and the Civil Rights Commission.
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