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Journalist, author, political figure. Peace Corps Country Director, Peru (1962-1964), Peace Corps Regional Director, Latin America, (1964-1966); press secretary to Robert Kennedy (1966-1968); manager of George McGovern's Presidential campaign (1972); author, Perfectly Clear (1973), U.S. vs. Nixon (1975), and Remote Control (1978)....
Byrne discusses press relations at the General Services Administration; construction of government buildings, including the Executive Office Building in Lafayette Park; and scandals during and criticisms of the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Clague discusses the revision of the Consumer Price Index, John F. Kennedy’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s publication the Negro Family, among other issues.
Corbin discusses organizing John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) Wisconsin and New York Citizens’ Committees, clashing with Carmine G. DeSapio and Michael H. Prendergast’s over JFK’s 1960 campaign in New York State, and his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, among other issues.
Donovan discusses Maine politics, Secretaries of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg and W. Willard Wirtz, and John F. Kennedy administration labor policy, among other issues.
Doyle discusses mental retardation policy during the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson administrations, and inter-agency collaboration and conflict, 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.
Gwirtzman discusses the 1960 campaign, time on the staff for Senator Benjamin A. Smith and Edward M. Kennedy, among other issues.
Kraft discusses speechwriting and campaign advance work for John F. Kennedy (JFK), press access to JFK and his staff during the presidential campaign and presidency, and Kraft’s interactions with members of the Kennedy administration.
This interview focuses on Robert Kennedy’s decision to run in the 1968 campaign, including his relationship with his staff, constituent groups, and fellow politicians, among other issues.
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