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Batt discusses the 1955 Depressed Areas Act, difficulties with operating the ARA within the Commerce Department, and the actions of the ARA around the country, among other issues.
Bolling discusses his work with John F. Kennedy (JFK) on the Landrum-Griffin labor bill, JFK’s relationship with Speaker of the House Samuel Taliaferro Rayburn, the 1960 presidential campaign in California, the process of reforming the House Rules Committee.
Daly discusses his role as a congressional liaison, staffing issues, congressional reform, civil rights, and President John F. Kennedy’s personal friendships, among other issues.
Edelman discusses Robert F. Kennedy's (RFK) 1965 legislative agenda, speeches, and statements, RFK’s relationship with Jacob K. Javits, and RFK’s support of community action, among other issues.
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.
Katzenbach discusses the appointment of Southern judges, James Meredith’s entrance to the University of Mississippi, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, among other issues.
Marshall discusses his work on civil rights issues with Robert F. Kennedy during their time in the Department of Justice, FBI’s use of wiretapping and other electronic surveillance against Martin Luther King, Jr.; and Robert Kennedy's 1964 Senate and 1968 Presidential campaigns.
This interview focuses on the Negro vote, civil rights demonstrations and legislation, and the 1963 March on Washington, among other issues.
This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and consists of a thank you letter to the President from NLRB Chairman Frank W. McCulloch.
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