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The Senate Files contain material generated during John F. Kennedy's years as a Senator from Massachusetts.
Papers 1944-2003. Lawyer, government official, professor. Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice (1961-1964); Partner, Covington and Burling (1965); General Counsel (1965-1969) and Vice President (1969), International Business Machines Corporation (IBM); Professor of Law, Yale University (1970-2003). Personal and ...
Papers 1960-1972 (#177). Democratic Party official, government official. Director of organization, Kennedy-Johnson Presidential campaign (1960); Special Assistant to the President for Congressional Relations and Personnel (1961-1965); Postmaster General of the United States (1965-1968); chairman, Democratic National Committee (1968-1972); author N...
Battle discusses United Nations Educational, Scienfitic and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); staffing issues and changes in the State Department, particular after the Bay of Pigs invasion; and initiatives of the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs.
Beaty discusses the Bureau of Reclamation, other water and power agencies within the Interior Department, and the staff of the Interior Department under Stewart Udall, among other issues.
Bernhard discusses the often contentious relations between the Commission on Civil Rights, John F. Kennedy’s White House, and the Justice Department, especially after a report and recommendations that the Commission made about Mississippi, among other issues.
Boggs discusses the President’s Panel on Mental Retardation, the different task forces, drafting its final report, the disciplines and personalities represented on the Panel, and the Panel’s investigative mission to the Netherlands, among other issues.
Boylan discusses the requests for assistance from individuals and groups that would come to John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) Senate office in Boston, hiring African Americans for JFK’s Senate staff, and the members of JFK’s Boston staff, among other issues.
Charyk discusses the Air Force programs that continued from the Eisenhower Administration to the Kennedy Administration, members of the U.S. military command, and the B-70 and RS-70 aircraft programs, among other issues.
Cohen discusses the Department of Healh, Education, and Welare's (HEW) legislative division and its and staff, the naiveté of John F. Kennedy's (JFK) appointees, and the lack of legislative control during JFK’s presidency, among other issues.
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