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Bailey discusses the 1960 Democratic primary and general elections in West Virginia, the Catholic issue in that state, and John F. Kennedy’s legacy in West Virginia, among other issues.
Benson discusses the 1960 primary campaigns in Wisconsin and West Virginia, including campaign teas and rallies and John F. Kennedy’s rapport with voters, among other issues.
Chapman discusses the 1956 and 1960 Democratic National Conventions, his part in organizing the 1960 Kennedy for President campaign in West Virginia, and anti-Catholicism, among other issues.
Forbes discusses the West Virginia campaign, Norman Vincent Peale’s speech and religion, and traveling with Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., among other issues.
Godby discusses meeting John F. Kennedy and Hubert H. Humphrey during the 1960 campaign in West Virginia, the religious issue, and aid to West Virginia, among other issues.
Haught discusses his role in the 1960 Kennedy for President campaign in West Virginia and personal interactions with JFK; the religious issue in the West Virginia primary; and New Frontier programs, among other issues.
Hoff discusses his role in John F. Kennedy’s campaign for presidency, the role of religion in the presidential campaign in West Virginia, and his work on the Democratic National Finance Committee.
Houvouras discusses JFK’s appeal to labor businessmen during the 1960 Democratic Primary in West Virginia, the religious issue in the presidential campaign in West Virginia, President JFK’s economic policies and New Frontier programs, among other issues.
Jacobs discusses his job as state Co-Chairman for Hubert Humphrey and John F. Kennedy’s popularity throughout the state of West Virginia, among other issues.
Love discusses his influence in gaining support for John F. Kennedy in pre-primary activities, the 1960 Democratic primary in West Virginia, and the New Frontier programs Kennedy passed after his inauguration as president, among other issues.
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