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Lawyer, government official. Administrator, Agency for International Development (1961-62). Correspondence, news clippings, congressional testimony concerning his appointment to AID.
Papers 1934-98. Lawyer. Member, John F. Kennedy's Senate staff (1952-60); Special Counsel to the President (1961-64); author, Decision-making in the White House (1963), Kennedy (1965), The Kennedy Legacy (1969), Let the Word Go Forth (1988). Correspondence, legislative files, subject files, speech files, draft book manuscripts, personal papers and...
Amory discusses his role in various organizations, his relationship with President Kennedy and White House staff, and foreign policy issues such as the Berlin Wall, Laos, and Vietnam, among other issues.
Barthelmes discusses relations between Robert F. Kennedy's (RFK) senate office and different news outlets and reporters, RFK’s personality and eccentricities, and his rapport with different groups that he spoke to, among other issues.
Bayley discusses U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), the Peace Corps, including the staffing, controversies and scandals, the difficulties of getting Congress to allocate money for foreign aid, the Alliance for Progress, and R. Sargent Shriver, Jr., and mental retardation.
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.
Bundy discusses documents from the 1961 National Security Files about Vietnam, increasing troop strength, questioning Ngo Dinh Diem’s ability to lead Vietnam, use of defoliants and other unconventional weapons, and U.S. counterinsurgency theory, among other issues.
Butterworth discusses Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr.’s ambassadorship with Great Britain, his relationship to General George C. Marshall and John Foster Dulles, relations between the U.S. and Canada during the time that Butterworth served as ambassador to Canada, among other issues.
Clague discusses the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ role during John F. Kennedy’s administration; Kennedy’s Labor Secretaries, Arthur J. Goldberg and W. Willard Wirtz; and the working relationships among the various bureaus during the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Dixon discusses the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) relationship with the White House, the FTC’s reorganization, and the anti-business image of the John F. Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Doherty discusses the 1968 Indiana presidential primary, the night Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, and the Francis X. Morrissey affair, among other issues.
In this interview, Douglas discusses organizing Robert F. Kennedy's (RFK) campaign for the primaries in Indiana, the struggle to gain support from labor groups and politicians, and RFK’s strong dedication and political platform, among other issues.
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