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interview with NICHOLAS KATZENBACH ON HIS YEARS WORKING WITH THE JOHN F. KENNEDY ADMINISTRATION - WHAT THE GOAL OF THE ADMINISTRATION WAS - MAKING A NEW AND BETTER WORLD On June 11, 1963, Katzenbach was a primary participant in one of the most famous incidents of the Civil Rights struggle. Alabama Governor George Wallace stood in front of Foster Auditorium at the University of Alabama in an attempt to stop desegregation of that institution by the enrollment of two black students, Vivian Malone and James Hood. This became known as the "Stand in the Schoolhouse Door." Wallace stood aside only after being confronted by Katzenbach, accompanied by federal marshals and the Alabama National Guard.
 Role in JFK assassination investigation TALKS ABOUT THE EXCITEMENT OF THE " NEW FRONTIER" IT'S GOALS AND WORKING WITH JFK AT THE TIME
talks about the excitement of Kennedy as the new guard something different
discusses the optimism of the Kennedy years and whether it was lost after Kennedy had been assassinated and LBJ brought it back to the old way of politics
NICHOLAS KATZENBACH DISCUSSES CIVIL RIGHTS ISSUES DURING THE JFK ADMINISTRATION
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