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  • ; 1964 vice presidential nominee possibilities, including Robert Kennedy; relationship between LBJ, Robert Kennedy, Eugene McCarthy and Hubert Humphrey; Corcoran's belief that LBJ brought an equilibrium to the US; how LBJ was deceived by Robert McNamara
  • Career history; Novak's private meetings with LBJ; economic advisor Paul Douglas; LBJ drunk; Sam Shaffer and Newsweek; press coverage of the senate vs. the presidency; LBJ's attitude during the vice-presidency; Kennedy staff's disregard for LBJ
  • Oral history transcript, Robert D. S. Novak, interview 1 (I), 11/15/1991, by Paige E. Mulhollan
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  • The complex Democratic two-camp division in the 1959-1960 campaign; being confronted by Kennedy about his alliance; Rauh
  • that the Istop Kennedy' people could do him, fine. In West Virginia we had such obvious Istop Kennedy' people as that bigot Robert Byrd helping us. M: Helping in quotation marks almost there. R: "Helping," yes. But his sole motivation was to stop Kennedy
  • Briefing Senator Robert Kennedy before his 1965 trip to Latin America; Peace Corps and OEO staffs’ opposition to Vietnam War, 1966- ; original purpose of U.S. intervention in Dominican Republic; Mankiewicz leaving the Peace Corps to become
  • 6 about Vietnam, and the more I looked at Vietnam the less I liked it. And it was clear to me really. although I never thought about it consciously, that Robert Kennedy's offi.ce was p'robably the only place in Washington where I wanted to work
  • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968
  • in the office just to the east of the large Attorney General's office where Robert Kennedy made his office. morning. I manned those phones most all of the night until early My recollection is that when I began, nobody was writing LBJ Presidential Library http
  • LBJ’s response to the Detroit riots and race problem; McNamara’s move from Defense Dept. to the World Banks; Robert Kennedy’s and the “doves” in the Senate; assessment of LBJ and conclusion that he was a bitter man; Kennedy’s decision to run
  • that perhaps the President would not run. G: In 1967 you had this feeling? M: Yes. Well, I thought the President would either run or not run, depending on what he thought would most frustrate Robert Kennedy. Indeed I think that was one of the bases
  • ; the effect of LBJ keeping some of JFK’s staff and the quality of the new members of LBJ’s staff; Eric Goldman; Schlesinger’s involvement with the Dominican Republic; LBJ campaigning for Robert Kennedy in the 1964 New York Senate race; White House Art Festival
  • that the Kennedys thought he ought to be President. I never heard either John Kennedy or Robert Kennedy say anythhg like this. John Kennedy on the other hand had a high regard for Lyndon Johnson and" certain 1ffection for him. F: I think the men understood each
  • Oral history transcript, Juanita Roberts, interview 3 (III), 10/17/1969, by Joe B. Frantz
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  • Roberts, Juanita, 1913-1983
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  • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968
  • /exhibits/show/loh/oh Roberts -- III -- 16 President Johnson had asked, as you know, the Kennedy staff to stay on. office. Kenny O'Donnell was in the appointment secretary's He was not there a great deal in the first two weeks, if I remember right. F
  • and the Kennedys, debate between LBJ and JFK at the 1960 Democratic convention.
  • could have any power was if the President gave it to him. G: Well now, let me ask you to discuss Robert Kennedy's visits. V: At the convention? G: Yes. V: I was not in the room at the time. I may have been in the room when he first arrived