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Barthelmes discusses press relations, trips that Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) took to Latin American and Africa, and RFK’s presidential campaign in Oregon, among other issues.
Beale discusses his contacts with and impressions of John F. Kennedy (JFK) before he became president and after he took office, JFK’s foreign policy, and Beale’s friendship with JFK, among other issues.
Berle discusses U.S. relations with various Latin American countries and leaders during the Kennedy administration, as well as the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Alliance for Progress, among other issues.
Boggs discusses John F. Kennedy (JFK) as a congressman, the 1956 and 1960 Democratic National Conventions, JFK’s assassination, and the Warren Commission, among other issues.
Brightman discusses work as a public relations representative for the Democratic National Committee, his assessment ofJohn F. Kennedy's (JFK) presidential campaign before and after the 1960 Democratic National Convention, and JFK’s strengths and weaknesses.
Burns discusses Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) decision to run for president in 1968, and the presidential campaign in New York State; RFK’s relationship with Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Johnson’s decision not to run for reelection in 1968; negotiations with the Eugene J. McCarthy campaign over electoral delegates, among other issues.
Clague discusses the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ role during John F. Kennedy’s administration; Kennedy’s Labor Secretaries, Arthur J. Goldberg and W. Willard Wirtz; and the working relationships among the various bureaus during the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Cronkite discusses his first impressions of John F. Kennedy (JFK), his one-on-one interviews with JFK, as well as reporting on the assassination and announcing JFK’s death, and covering the 1969 moon landing, among other issues.
Dilworth discusses his personal impressions of John F. Kennedy (JFK), the 1960 primary and presidential campaigns in Pennsylvania, and JFK’s work on urban affairs, among other issues.
The interviewees discuss the history of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, including the development of policies and procedures for handling documents, the various locations the library was housed, and development of the oral history program.
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