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Papers 1956-1968 [fragment]. Lawyer, Colorado political figure. Administrative Assistant to Senator Robert F. Kennedy (1964-1968). Notes and memorandums relating to Senator Robert F. Kennedy's legislative career; correspondence about John F. Kennedy (1956-1958). 78-331.
Feldman discusses becoming involved with assisting depressed areas, developing a poverty program, and the relationship between the Area Redevelopment Administration and other agencies, among other issues.
In this interview Hackett discusses working in the Justice Department under Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy [RFK], specifically on the issues of juvenile delinquency and poverty; getting the Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Offenses Control Act passed and processing the related grant applications; traveling with RFK to impoverished areas; experien...
This interview focuses on economic policy, tax cuts and increases, the federal budget, the steel price increase, and the poverty program, among other issues.
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