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Ailes talks about the Reserves and the National Guard, and discusses the reorganization of those forces.
Burke discusses Edward M. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) relationship in the Senate, and differences between the operations of their Senate offices; the Vietnam War; long deliberations about whether or not RFK should enter the 1968 presidential race; and RFK’s 1968 campaign, among other issues.
Dalton discusses John F. Kennedy's (JFK) 1946 congressional campaign, Joseph P. Kennedy Sr.’s role in the 1946 campaign, and JFK’s opposition to the Taft-Hartley bill, among other issues.
In this interview Douglas discusses his work at the Justice Department, his subsequent relationship with Robert Kennedy, his work with RFK on his father’s campaign, and RFK’s political campaigns for senate and later the presidency.
Edelman discusses why Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) decided to run for president in 1968, RFK’s relationship with Lyndon B. Johnson, and his position on the Vietnam War, among other issues.
Gifford discusses the 1968 campaign strategy for the South, raising and distributing money, and the press operation and strategy after the California primary, among other issues.
This folder contains a telegram, a memorandum, a newspaper article, and correspondence between Senator John F. Kennedy; members of Senator Kennedy’s staff; George H. Hearn, Councilman for New York City’s 14th Senatorial district; and various individuals concerning expressions of general support and Senator Kennedy’s presidential campaign efforts in...
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