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Berle, Adolf A. (Adolf Augustus), 1895-1971(1)
Bundy, McGeorge, 1919-1996(1)
Coleman, Barbara J., 1935?-(1)
Forrestal, Michael V. (Michael Vincent), 1927-1989(1)
Guthman, Edwin O. (Edwin Otto), 1919-2008(2)
Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968(2)
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963(1)
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994(1)
Rusk, Dean (David Dean), 1909-1994(1)
Salinger, Pierre (Pierre Emil George), 1925-2004(1)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People(1)
President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). National Security Council. (1961 - 1963)(1)
United States. Department of Justice(2)
United States. Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation(1)
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.
Bundy discusses John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] decision making style, relationship with Dean Rusk, issues in the National Security policy, and National Security personnel, among other issues.
In this interview she discusses the White House photographers, Pierre Salinger’s policies, White House press
operations, and the Kennedy family’s reaction to press coverage, among other issues.
Forrestal discusses ambassador’s role in Vietnam, the strategic hamlet program, the August 24th telegram and escalating tensions, among other issues.
Guthman discusses the press coverage during the Kennedy Administration, RFK’s relationship with the press, and Guthman’s involvement in the investigation of Jimmy Hoffa, among other issues.
Guthman discusses the press coverage of civil rights during the Kennedy Administration, RFK’s relationship with the press, and Guthman’s involvement in the investigation of James R. Hoffa, among other issues.
Wilkins discusses civil rights legislation, John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) use of executive orders and other executive authorities to expand civil rights, and Wilkins’ efforts to get JFK to do more on civil rights, among other issues.
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