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CSPAN
Aug 25, 2017 2:51pm EDT
building letters back and forth between jf.k and george wallace and offering him help in the gub forrial campaigns. >> he walked a tight rope between the south, which he needed. he needed the electoral votes. by doing that, he endangered his standing among african-american voters in the north industrial states. it's a very interesting road that he took on this issue. but he was a real late comer on civil rights and only at the very end did he throw in what we thought was very dramatic part of the book in the whole story was -- >> we ran into this ambivalence, i guess you'd say on several topi topics. cuba, many of the domestic issues. you can't speculate about other people's motive the. we were brought up in journal allism believing that's not something you should do. but with kennedy, what makes him so challenging is that you see him approach an issue like say french colonialism in northern africa or health care among older people in america and trying to separate out the political from the substantive and with kennedy it's so blended that it becomes a challenge that all you can do is s
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2017 12:00am EDT
. there were letters back and forth with george wallace and helping and the gubernatorial campaign. he walked a tightrope between the south and what you needed for a vote. in doing that he and dangers his standing among african-american voters. it is a very interesting approach that he took on this issue. he was a real latecomer on civil rights. only at the very end did he have a dramatic part of the book. >> we ran into this ambivalence i guess you would say on several topics. cuba, many of the domestic issues. you cannot speculate about other peoples's motives. we were brought up in journalism believing that is not something you should do. with kennedy what makes him so challenging is that you see him approach a issue like say french colonialism in africa. or even health care among older people. you are trying to separate out the political from the substantive. with kennedy they are so blended that it becomes a challenge. all you can do is say how he approached the issue and how he did. as well as other people advised him. there is always this mixture. >> it seemed to me that the
CSPAN
Jul 22, 2017 12:00pm EDT
jfk and george wallace and kennedy is offering wallace help in his gubernatorial campaign. he walked a tightrope between the south, which he needed for electoral votes, but by doing that he endangered his standing among african-american voters. in the northern industrial states. it is a very interesting road he took on this issue. he was a real latecomer on civil rights and only at the very end did he throw in what he thought was a dramatic part of the book and the whole story was to call loretta king. >> we ran into this ambivalence i guess you would say on several topics. cuba. many of the domestic issues. you can't speculate about other people's motives. we were brought up in journalism believing that is not something you should do. but with kennedy what makes him so challenging is that you see sayapproach an issue like french colonialism in africa. or health care among older people in america. you are trying to separate out the political from the substantive. with kennedy they are so blended that it becomes a challenge. all you can do is say how he approached the issue and
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)