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Battle discusses the internal politics of the Virginia delegation to the Democratic National Convention in 1956 and 1960; his appointment as ambassador to Australia; conflicts, both active and political, that arose in the South Pacific during his tenure as ambassador, including West New Guinea (West Irian), Malaysian independence, and the Vietnam W...
Boggs discusses John F. Kennedy (JFK) as a congressman, the 1956 and 1960 Democratic National Conventions, JFK’s assassination, and the Warren Commission, among other issues.
Cull, Ffrench, Noto, and Schoenenberger discuss why the Immigration and Naturalization Service was tasked with planning the prisoners’ homecoming along with the actual planning, preparations, and concerns over the prisoners’ homecoming, among other issues.
Day discusses his appointment as Postmaster General, John F. Kennedy’s relationship with his cabinet members, and his 1963 resignation as Postmaster General, among other issues.
Knebel discusses covering JFK, Jacqueline B. Kennedy, and RFK during the 1950s and 1960s, conversations with JFK about Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, connections with members of Rafael Trujillo regime, JFK’s attitudes towards women, and Sorensen's role.
Marshall discusses the violence surrounding James Howard Meredith’s enrollment at the University of Mississippi, the contempt of court case against Mississippi governor Ross R. Barnett, and John F. Kennedy’s judicial appointments, among other issues.
Focuses on the activities of the McClellan Committee, work on the book The Enemy Within, involvement in the 1960 presidential campaign, Robert Kennedy’s leadership role at the 1960 Democratic National Convention, vice presidency, interview with JPK Sr.
This interview focuses on non-crisis negotiations with the Soviet Union, nuclear test ban treaty, the Soviet purchase of American wheat, Southeast Asia, and diplomatic relationships with NATO allies, among other issues.
This folder contains materials concerning Senator John F. Kennedy’s remarks before the National Milk Producers Federation in Washington, D.C., including memoranda, correspondence, and excerpts of his address.
This folder contains a press release of Senator John F. Kennedy’s remarks on foreign policy and military service at the Veterans of Foreign Wars (V.F.W.) Convention in Detroit, Michigan.
This folder contains a press release of Senator John F. Kennedy’s remarks on Israel and the Middle East given at the American Zionist Convention in New York City.
This folder contains an address titled, “A Churchman Looks At Both (i.e., Catholicism and Protestantism),” delivered by Dr. Charles Wesley Lowry concerning the relationship between Catholics and Protestants and addressing Protestant’s concerns of a Catholic being elected President. Also included is a newspaper clipping about Dr. Lowry’s remarks.
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