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Blumenthal discusses the Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) decision to run for president in 1968, the Eugene J. McCarthy campaign and Democratic Party leadership’s reaction to that decision, and RFK’s campaign in Indiana and New York State, among other issues.
Burns discusses Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) decision to run for president in 1968, and the presidential campaign in New York State; RFK’s relationship with Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Johnson’s decision not to run for reelection in 1968; negotiations with the Eugene J. McCarthy campaign over electoral delegates, among other issues.
Byrne discusses press relations at the General Services Administration; construction of government buildings, including the Executive Office Building in Lafayette Park; and scandals during and criticisms of the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Elder discusses the White House renovation project, the media attention, and the roles of JFK and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, among other issues.
Gwirtzman discusses working on RFK’s senate staff, working with Edward M. Kennedy’s senate staff, and assisting on New York state campaigns, among other issues.
Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s remarks at the dedication of the restored mantelpiece in the State Dining Room of the White House. In his speech the President discusses the importance Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt placed on restoring the White House, and thanks the staff of Steinman, Cain, and White (formerly Mc...
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