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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...
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.
English discusses RFK’s 1964 senatorial campaign, the New York leadership fight in 1965, and the 1966 governor’s race, among other issues.
Guitierrez discusses role as ambassador, the Alliance for Progress, and other Latin American policy, among other issues.
Marshall discusses violence in Alabama in May 1961 during the Freedom Rides, the situation in Birmingham, negotiations with Governor Patterson, the decision to send federal marshals to Montgomery, and federal protection for Martin Luther King, Jr.
Marshall discusses the Freedom Rides, school desegregation, the executive order to end discrimination in federally funded housing, attempts at civil rights legislation, and the 1962 Albany, Georgia crisis, among other issues.
Reis discusses RFK as an administrative leader and the quality of Department of Justice employees, among other issues.
Schlei discusses the Civil Rights Act of 1963, passing immigration legislation, and the atmosphere of the Justice Department, among other issues.
This interview focuses on Seigenthaler's role as administrative assistant, Justice Department reforms and appointments, tax and antitrust cases, and civil rights, among other issues.
Silberling discusses issues with particular cases in the Organized Crime Section of the Department of Justice, and Robert F. Kennedy’s working style and methods, among other issues.
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