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Bohlen discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) views of the Soviet Union; foreign relations crises during the Kennedy administration, including the Bay of Pigs, war in Laos, and Cuban Missile Crisis; and Bohlen’s assessment of JFK as a president and a man.
Evans discusses his association with John F. Kennedy [JFK], JFK’s work on the foreign relations committee, his relation with Clare Booth Luce, his experience in the primaries, the role of the religious issues in JFK’s presidential candidacy, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. and the Humphrey-Kennedy relationship, liberalism, ethnic politics, Truman’s oppo...
In this interview Hickenlooper discusses various meetings with President John F. Kennedy [JFK] on foreign relations; Soviet and American nuclear testing; the nuclear test ban treaty; the Bay of Pigs invasion; Laos and Vietnam; the Punta del Este Conference in 1962; the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962; Hickenlooper's 1962 reelection campaign; traveling w...
This folder contains a statement by Kennedy before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
This folder contains materials concerning a trip to Asia. Items in this folder include plane tickets, hotel invoices, dinner invitations, traveler's checks, medical forms, a summary of Jakarta, Indonesia, and a memorandum summarizing American foreign relations with various Asian nations. This folder contains some French-language material.
This folder contains memoranda regarding the unauthorized disclosure of classified information, primarily regarding national security and foreign relations, to the press and new policies to protect sensitive information from release. Also included in this folder are security questionnaires for various persons regarding an article written by Marguer...
This folder contains handwritten notes and doodles by John F. Kennedy that were collected and transcribed by his secretary, Evelyn Lincoln. Materials consist of Senator Kennedy’s signed AMVETS membership card, notes made during a Senate discussion of a labor bill to curtail power of Jimmy (James) Hoffa, notes made prior to accepting an award and re...
This folder contains materials associated with John F. Kennedy's The Strategy of Peace, a compilation of speeches and statements concerning foreign policy by Senator Kennedy published during the 1960 Presidential campaign. Materials in this folder include an incomplete draft of Senator Kennedy's appeal for new foreign relations policies in the Col...
This folder contains copies of a speech delivered by Presidential candidate (and then Senator) John F. Kennedy in Alexandria, Virginia on the subject of Vice President Richard Nixon's experience in foreign policy, during which he characterizes Vice President Nixon's role in the Security Council as detrimental to American foreign relations.
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