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Papers 1945-1960. Lawyer, Democratic Party official. Counsel and director of publications, Nuremberg war crimes trials (1945-1951); deputy chairman, Democratic National Committee (1957-1960). Correspondence, reports, speeches, meeting minutes and pamphlets relating to political campaigns and issues, state political organizations, and the Democrati...
Bailey discusses the 1960 presidential primaries and election, the workings of the Democratic National Committee under his chairmanship, and patronage, among other issues.
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.
Camp discusses the card file that the 1960 Kennedy campaign kept of potential supporters and Democratic National Convention delegates, the operations of John F. Kennedy’s press secretary’s office during the campaign and White House years, and campaign trips and later state visits that she did advance work for, among other issues.
Chayes discusses maritime labor laws and flags of convenience, the Satellite Communications Act of 1962, and other domestic and international issues surrounding U.S. satellites, among other issues.
Culver discusses his long-time friendship with Edward M. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy’s personality and legacy, and his involvement with various Kennedy memorials, among other issues.
Donahue discusses recruiting talent for the John F. Kennedy (JFK) administration, working with the Dwight D. Eisenhower administration, and JFK’s treatment of his staff and cabinet, among other issues.
Doyle discusses mental retardation policy during the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson administrations, and inter-agency collaboration and conflict, among other issues.
Rowland discusses his association with Robert F. Kennedy [RFK], RFK’s personality, his involvement with civil rights, the impact of his brother’s death, RFK’s relationship with the press and senate colleagues, his thoughts on President Johnson, his thoughts on running for Vice President, his position on Vietnam, the feud between RFK and John V. Lin...
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