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Papers 1956-1968 [fragment]. Lawyer, Colorado political figure. Administrative Assistant to Senator Robert F. Kennedy (1964-1968). Notes and memorandums relating to Senator Robert F. Kennedy's legislative career; correspondence about John F. Kennedy (1956-1958). 78-331.
Ben-Gurion discusses the interactions of Russia and China and speculates on the possibility that John F. Kennedy (JFK) would have been able to diffuse tensions between the United States and those nations, JFK’s youthfulness, and the Peace Corps, among other issues.
Bissell discusses the planning for the Bay of Pigs invasion, including the timing of when John F. Kennedy learned of the plans, the Joint Chiefs of Staffs’ involvement in the planning, and the possibility for alternate outcomes, among other issues.
This folder contains transcripts of an episode of the television interview program Meet the Press during which Senator John F. Kennedy appeared as a guest. In the interview, the members of the panel discuss the possibility of Senator Kennedy as a candidate for the 1960 presidential election.
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