interview with John Brademus who recalls John F. Kennedy. Dr. Brademas served as United States Representative in Congress from Indiana's 3rd congressional district for 22 years (1959–81), the last four as House majority whip. While in Congress he was a member of the Committee on Education and Labor, where he played a leading role in writing most of the federal legislation enacted during that time concerning schools, colleges and universities; services for the elderly and the handicapped; libraries and museums; and the arts and humanities. He campaigned with and for him in 1960 and his educational programs in 1962. describes Kennedy as a man
describes more about Kennedy's mind and how his personal style
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