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Papers 1952-1960 [fragment]. Educator. Professor of government, Harvard University (1910-1955). Material relating to a lecture given by John F. Kennedy at Harvard in 1952, and to the political effects of an article by John Mallan that appeared in the New Republic during the 1960 Presidential campaign.
Begab discusses the President’s Panel on Mental Retardation, the White House Conference on Mental Retardation, and legislation during the Kennedy administration on mental healthcare and research, among other issues.
Bell compares the cabinet officers and White House staff during the Truman and Kennedy administrations, discusses the functions of the Budget Bureau and its operations during the Kennedy administration, and briefly discusses U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), among other issues.
Bell discusses U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) during the Kennedy administration including the process of and difficulties with getting Congressional appropriations for foreign aid; and Vietnam and Laos, among other issues.
Bolling discusses her work on John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign, on patronage requests at the beginning of the Kennedy administration, and on education and Medicare legislation as a congressional liaison, 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.
Bundy discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) thinking and decision making style; his relationship with other members of his administration, including his close working relationship with Theodore C. Sorensen; the aftermath of the Bay of Pigs invasion; the Cuban Missile Crisis; Laos and the Vietnam War; the threat of military conflict with the Soviet Unio...
Clark discusses the New York federal judgeship appointments, the Lands division study of federal policy on public lands, and the 1963 White House meeting on federal land ownership, among other issues.
Cohen discusses the Department of Healh, Education, and Welare's (HEW) legislative division and its and staff, the naiveté of John F. Kennedy's (JFK) appointees, and the lack of legislative control during JFK’s presidency, among other issues.
Davis discusses John F. Kennedy's (JFK) congressional staff, his temperament, working style, and interests while in the House of Representatives; his 1952 senatorial campaign; and conflicts over hiring his senate staff, among other issues.
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