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Dolan discusses the federal judgeship appointment process, his involvement with the 1960 Citizens’ for Kennedy-Johnson, and the civil rights issues of the 1960s, among other issues.
(1927 - ) Lawyer, assistant to President John F. Kennedy [JFK] (1960 – 1963) discusses work on
JFK’s 1952 campaign for Senate, Massachusetts politics in the 1950s, work on JFK’s
1960 presidential campaign, and working in the Kennedy Administration, among other
Ervin discusses JFK’s relationship with southern senators, the McClellan Committee, the Civil Rights Bill of 1963 and Ervin’s opposition to the bill, among other issues.
Gretchen discusses the 1960 campaign in Brooke County, West Virginia, and personal contact with John F. Kennedy, among other issues.
O'Neill discusses his work for the Democratic Party, his personal friendship with the President, among other issues.
Stanley discusses the organization, expenditures and effectiveness of John F. Kennedy's [JFK] 1960 primary campaign in West Virginia, personal contacts with JFK, the position of unions and organized labor in the West Virginia primary and general election.
This folder contains an article titled, "A Catholic Can Become President," by Senator Paul H. Douglas supporting the idea of a Catholic President and urging people to stop thinking of public officials in terms of their religious affiliation.
This folder consists of press releases concerning religious issues, Senator John F. Kennedy's 1960 presidential campaign, and the prospect of a Catholic president. Of note is a letter to Bishop Richard Emrich regarding religious affiliation and the concern for religious block voting. Also included is a booklet on the rules of the Democratic Party d...
This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the Department of Labor. Topics include employment and unemployment figures, issues concerning labor and the economy, and a proposal for a Youth Conservation Corps and a local public-service program. Of note is a letter to the ...
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