Kennedy Administration and Associates
Thomas Putnam welcomed historians, journalists and members of the Kennedy administration for a discussion of President John F. Kennedy, his… read more
Thomas Putnam welcomed historians, journalists and members of the Kennedy administration for a discussion of President John F. Kennedy, his place in the nation’s history, and how lessons learned during his presidency can be applied to current times. Caroline Kennedy extended her welcome by telephone from New York City.
Tom Oliphant moderated a discussion among some of President Kennedy’s associates. They responded to questions submitted by members of the audience.
“Kennedy Administration and Associates” was the opening panel of “The Presidency of JFK: A 50-Year Retrospective,” held on Presidents Day at the Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Richard Donahue Assistant (Former) White House
- Caroline Kennedy President Kennedy (John F.) Presidential Library Foundation->Board of Directors
- Tom Oliphant Columnist (Former) Boston Globe
- Thomas "Tom" J. Putnam Director Kennedy (John F.) Presidential Library
- Roger Wilkins Assistant Attorney General (Former) Department of Justice
- Harris Wofford Special Assistant (Former) White House->Civil Rights
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