The Resource Interview with Myer Feldman

Interview with Myer Feldman

Label
Interview with Myer Feldman, 2000 March 12
Title
Interview with Myer Feldman
Inclusive dates
2000 March 12
Creator
Contributor
Interviewee
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
In the interview, Mr. Feldman discusses his tenure working as Deputy Special Counsel to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, including personal memories of Kennedy, preparing for the Nixon-Kennedy debates and the 1960 presidential election campaign, the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, and the formation of the Special Olympics
Note
Forms part of: Legal oral history project
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Action
cataloged
Biographical or historical data
Mr. Feldman is a graduate of Girard College, the Wharton School of Business, and holds a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. In the nineteen fifties, he worked as Counsel to the Senate Foreign Relations and the Senate Armed Services Joint Committee, taking part in the investigation of President Truman's discharge of General MacArthur. After working as an assistant to Senator John F. Kennedy, Feldman went on to become Deputy Special Counsel for both President Kennedy and President Johnson. In 1965, he founded his own law firm. In addition to helping to draft the legislation to make the Special Olympics program possible, Feldman has served on its Board of Directors and Executive Committee
Cataloging source
PU-L
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1914-2007
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Feldman, Myer
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Coleman, Meredith J
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  • Feldman, Myer
  • Kennedy, John F.
  • Lawyers
  • Presidents
  • Law schools
Label
Interview with Myer Feldman
Instantiates
Note
Interviewed by Meredith J. Coleman on March 12, 2000 at the home of Myer Feldman in Potomac, Maryland
Dimensions
  • 3 1/2 in
  • 28 cm
Extent
  • 1 computer disk
  • 1 volume (various leaves)
Materials
  • Disk
  • Transcript
System control number
04-A19
Label
Interview with Myer Feldman
Note
Interviewed by Meredith J. Coleman on March 12, 2000 at the home of Myer Feldman in Potomac, Maryland
Dimensions
  • 3 1/2 in
  • 28 cm
Extent
  • 1 computer disk
  • 1 volume (various leaves)
Materials
  • Disk
  • Transcript
System control number
04-A19

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