Nolan, John E.: Oral History Interview - RFK #1, 7/17/1970
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About Oral History
Nolan, John E. (John Edward), 1927-2017
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In this interview Nolan discusses discussions of the possibility of Robert F. Kennedy [RFK] running for President in 1968; helping plan RFK’s trip to Eastern Europe in 1967 and opposition to the trip; Nolan’s trip to Vietnam; RFK’s decision not to visit Vietnam; working with Senator RFK; the Tet Offensive, 1968, and changing views of the Vietnam War; discussing Eugene McCarthy’s 1968 presidential campaign with RFK; traveling to California for RFK; and working with Jesse M. Unruh in California, among other issues.
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17 July 1970
Donated to the United States
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