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Papers 1961-63. Diplomat, government official. Secretary of State (1961-69). Copies of appointment books.
Bowles discusses his role as foreign policy advisor during the presidential campaign; staffing the State Department; relationship with Dean Rusk and John F. Kennedy; foreign policy towards developing nations; and leaving his position as Under Secretary of State, among other issues.
Bowles discusses U.S. ambassadors, his attempts to reorganize the State Department, the Kennedy administration’s failure to support liberal reform movements around the world, and Bowles’ conflicts with Secretary of State Dean Rusk, among other issues.
Bundy discusses John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] decision making style, relationship with Dean Rusk, issues in the National Security policy, and National Security personnel, among other issues.
Chayes discusses Cabinet and other appointments in the Kennedy administration, including the reasons why Dean Rusk was chosen as Secretary of State; the appointment of John F. Kennedy’s Solicitor General; and use of executive privilege.
Cleveland discusses the relationship between John F. Kennedy, Adlai E. Stevenson, and Dean Rusk; Stevenson’s role as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations; the Bay of Pigs invasion; Cuban missile crisis; and the Vietnam War, among other issues.
In this interview, he discusses Chester Bowles’ political style, the unconventional selections of ambassadorial positions, and the nation’s role in the world, among other issues.
In this interview, he discusses Roger Hilsman’s 1963 speech on firm policies towards China, the changing approaches to foreign policy in Southeast Asia between the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, and the conflicting ideologies on U.S. involvement in Vietnam, among other issues.
This folder contains a note regarding a transfer to the White House of two copies of a press conference held by President-elect John F. Kennedy at his home in Palm Beach, Florida.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower and President-elect John F. Kennedy meet in the Cabinet Room, White House, Washington, D.C. (L-R) Secretary of Defense-designate Robert S. McNamara; Secretary of Defense Thomas S. Gates, Jr.; Secretary of State-designate Dean Rusk; Secretary of State Christian A. Herter.
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