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Barthelmes discusses press relations, trips that Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) took to Latin American and Africa, and RFK’s presidential campaign in Oregon, among other issues.
Camp discusses John F. Kennedy's (JFK) Senate and presidential campaign staff operations at the Esso Building in Washington, D.C. in 1959 and 1960, the card file they kept of potential Kennedy supporters nationwide, the 1960 Democratic primary campaign, and JFK’s public relations operation at the 1960 Democratic National Convention, among other iss...
Eldridge discusses the 1968 Senate race and Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 Presidential campaign, among other issues.
Farland discusses time as ambassador in Panama, working with the Department of State, and Latin American policy, among other issues.
Farland discusses the Bay of Pigs controversy and Panama’s involvement, the Panama Canal treaty, and JFK’s visit to Costa Rica for the San Jose meeting, among other issues.
Freeman discusses Hubert H. Humphrey’s campaign against John F. Kenney for the presidential nomination; concerns the public had with Kennedy’s voting on farm issues as a senator and also his Catholicism and later joining the Kennedy administration.
This interview focuses on the Negro vote, civil rights demonstrations and legislation, and the 1963 March on Washington, among other issues.
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