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Kennedy, Robert F.: Oral History Interview - JFK #4, 5/14/1964

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Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
(1925 - 1968) Brother of President Kennedy; Attorney General of the United States (1961-1964); Senator from New York (1965-1968).
In this interview Robert F. Kennedy [RFK] discusses American aid to Argentina; American, British, and French involvement in Africa; the 1962 executive order about segregation in federally-funded housing; appointing African-American judges; changes John F. Kennedy [JFK] was contemplating in the Alliance for Progress; the Dominican crisis; the wheat sale to the Soviet Union; the Bobby Baker case; preparing for JFK’s 1964 campaign; RFK’s return to work after JFK’s assassination and disagreements among the Cabinet members and under President Lyndon B. Johnson; changes in White House staff and the Democratic Party; RFK’s political plans for after 1964; and JFK’s opinions of his staff and appointees, among other issues.
14 May 1964
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