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  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • both McCarthy and Bobby Kennedy on the ballot. I have asked Bailey and Criswe ll at DNC to talk to the State Chairman and National Committeeman and our friends and get their recommendations on these Primaries. I do not want to say I am or I am
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • know in either party that I thought in 1964 was best equipped to be President. 11 He said his recommendation of Humphrey had cost him dearly from Robert Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy, both of w horn wanted the nomination. Other comments
  • Roberts, Juanita
  • ) ,..,.,.,,,""""'~ ~-~-tr NL..J a8~1~f' FILE LOCATION Me~ting Notes File, Box 3 RESTRICTION CODES GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION -:~ I ' THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON June 11, 1968 FOR JUANITA ROBERTS Juanita ­ For the Diary. WGBowdler ~IB®N1"I:> - h. II I
  • frequently when people think something big is about to happen. He noted that President Kennedy's poll went up 10 points immediately after the Bay of Pigs then plunged 12 points when the crisis was over. More .. Roberts and Elfin -2­ The President also
  • spent $9. 5 billion on poverty in his last year, Kennedy $12. 5 billion, and Johnson $28 billion. Manpower training cost from 3 to 4 to 12 billion in the same period. ) The President: It is not right to say that we are not moving fast enough because
  • Robert, Juanita
  • they told Kennedy where to go with that proposal in 1962.
  • Senator Robert Byrd Postmaster General Larry O'Brien Barefoot Sanders Mike Manatos George Christian Jim Jones MEETING CONVENED: ,Cabinet Room at 6:16 p.m. MEETING ADJOURNED: 7:00 p. m. The President opened the meeting discussing the excise
  • MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD SUBJECT: China Experts Meeting with the President, February 2, 1968 (Sponsored by the National Committee on United States­ China Relations) PARTICIPANTS: The President, Professors Edwin O. Reischauer, Harvard, Robert A. Scalapino
  • . It is unfortunate we are there, but throughout history we have had to face this situation where aggressors try to capture their enemies. Eisenhower told Kennedy this would be his biggest problem. Kennedy attempted to solve the South­ east Asian situation
  • not be anticipated. lb traced development of the democratic process in Vietnam, said when Geno Ky took second-place on the Thieu­ 1
  • at Commonwealth meetlngs-- Slr Robert Menzles. Before he went to one of theae meetlna•. Mende• had a•lr.ed what could I •&yon your behalf. I outlined our vlewa. In fact. he went even further in defendlna our poaltion that I had •uggeated. There really la
  • Long Senator Robert Byrd Speaker McCormack Congressman Carl Albert Congressman Hale Boggs Postmaster General Larry 0 1 Brien Barefoot San ders Mike Manatos Jim Jones The President opened the meeting and read from the agenda (a copy of which
  • ; 3.) bring about a "true revolution" by utilizing the private sector of Vietnam such as the Tenant Farmers Union. Robert Murphy and Justice .A.be Fortas agrees with Lodge. sho?ld expl~re Fortas believes we the greater use of smaller military units
  • , when public sentiment for effective gun control was high following the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Senator Robert Kennedy:, it appeared that we might even get the only . really effective control -- licensing and registration
  • had seen Leon Keyserling on television, and it was the the meanest thing he had ever seen directed against Bobby Kennedy. The President said he feels there has been a dramatic shift in public opinion on the war, that a lot of people are really
  • ~· MEETING OF THE PRESIDENT WITH HUGH SIDEY OF TIME MAGAZINE FEBRUARY 8, 1967 This was a general discussion on American involvement in Vietnam. The President said that President Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson had done everything possible
  • " for action a• contraated with the "Kennedy tone". Johnson definitely feel• that we place too much emphaeie on aocial re!orrna; he ha• very little tolerance with our 1pending ao much time being "do-gooders": and he baa no tolerance whatsoever with bickering
  • hangover Kennedy columnist is sniping about Johnson cutting off Great Society programs. The only man that helps me survive is Jim Webb. He is trying to reduce funds in his agency. Orville Freeman is a soldier - -he's trying. Meeting ended at 11 a. m
  • Club in Detroit on Monday. Rusk said he "is going to remind them that 1967 was a helluva year for international agreements and he is going to point out the progress in the Kennedy Round, the Latin solidarity, the Asian Development Bank beginning
  • some military disaster - that'll be it. They'd rather negotiate with Kennedy, McCarthy or Humphrey. General Taylor: I 1 d go back to the 20th right now. The President: Let 1 s set predicate - we can't pop it all at once. Secretary Clifford: The bombing
  • •uTHE SECURITY AND FREEDOM OF BERLIN, A COMMITMENT WHICH WAS DEMONSTRATED IN 19481 WHICH · ~AS BEEN REITERATED BY PRESIDENTS EISENHOWER AND KENNEDY AND WHICH ' IS AS ' FIRM AND EXPLICIT TODAY AS rr WAS WHEN IT " WAS MADE· . TH SHOULD BE KNOWN IN BERLIN
  • yoa all want, we'll 10 on Tueaday evea.ina ow: time, but 1would10 Moaday. McNAMARA What do w• ••Y to the preaa? THE PllESIDENT We doa•t need to dlaclo•• every piece o1 •trat•&Y to th• pr•••· I would aay to Maaafield. Kennedy, Tul• briaht that we
  • ::-2c;,c-cior.s from which we can choose an a?propriate one i:: \·1:-.e:l . .. .­ ·che r ... , make t.hat dasirab~e . ?RESIDE~T: Back to::owi~g ~he . Bay o= ?ig3 ?re~id~nt Kennedy s-~ ~D a Foreign I~~ellige~~a THE .__..,-4C..,.,~ --·~-\,,,.4
  • on an incident that had occurred at the time of President Kennedy's funeral. President De Gaulle had indi­ cated an interest in visiting the U.S. in the spring of 1964. Subsequently, President Johnson, in explaining to a group of governors why he was some minutes
  • " will in long run prevail. 11 Senator Edward Kennedy "The entry of Russian troops in Cze c hoslovakia is a retrogression into an age we had all hope d was passed. I will not comment in detail, but these events are an affront to decency and especially