MARC Bibliographic Record

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020    $z0890939004 (microfilm : pt. 1)
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020    $z0890933642 (microfilm : pt. 2)
020    $z9780890933640 (microfilm : pt. 2)
020    $z0886927854 (microfilm : pt. 3)
020    $z9780886927851 (microfilm : pt. 3)
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100 1_ $aKennedy, John F.$q(John Fitzgerald),$d1917-1963.
245 10 $aCivil rights during the Kennedy administration, 1961-1963 :$ba collection from the holdings of the John F. Kennedy Library, Boston, Massachusetts.
260    $aFrederick, MD :$bUniversity Publications of America,$c1987-2007.
300    $a1 online resource (3 parts)
336    $atext$btxt$2rdacontent
337    $acomputer$bc$2rdamedia
338    $aonline resource$bcr$2rdacarrier
500    $aEach part accompanied by a printed reel guide.
505 0_ $aPt. 1. The White House central files and staff files and the president's office files / edited by Carl M. Brauer (reels 1-19; Microfilm 21,218)) -- pt. 2. The papers of Burke Marshall, assistant attorney general for civil rights (reels 1-28; Microfilm 21,218) -- pt. 3. The civil rights files of Lee C. White (reels 1-24; Microfilm 23,395).
588    $aDescription based on microfilm version record.
520    $a"There is no way of determining with precision how much the Kennedy administration contributed to the creation of this social movement, but there can be little doubt that it played an important role in its birth and development. By word and deed, through rhetoric and substantive action, President Kennedy helped bring about what was sometimes called a revolution of rising expectations. He never urged people to take to the streets--indeed he was politically discomfited by their doing so--but he fostered an atmosphere where protests against the status quo could and did occur. In fact, the Kennedy administration and the Civil Rights Movement had a symbiotic relationship, with each encouraging the other to take the next step, until a social movement came into being and President Kennedy responded in turn to that movement by proposing the most comprehensive civil rights legislation since Reconstruction. He thereby initiated what could reasonably be called the Second Reconstruction."--vendor website.
600 10 $aMarshall, Burke,$d1922-2003.
600 10 $aWhite, Lee C.,$d1923-2013.
600 17 $aMarshall, Burke,$d1922-2003.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01860856
600 17 $aWhite, Lee C.,$d1923-2013$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst00166093
648 _7 $a1900 - 1999$2fast
650 _0 $aCivil rights$zUnited States$xHistory$y20th century$vSources.
650 _0 $aAfrican Americans$xHistory$y20th century$vSources.
650 _7 $aAfrican Americans$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst00799558
650 _7 $aCivil rights$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst00862627
650 _7 $aPolitics and government.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01919741
650 _7 $aRace relations$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01086509
651 _0 $aUnited States$xRace relations$xHistory$y20th century$vSources.
651 _0 $aUnited States$xPolitics and government$y1961-1963$vSources.
651 _7 $aUnited States$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01204155
655 _7 $aHistory.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01411628
655 _7 $aSources.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01423900
700 1_ $aBrauer, Carl M.,$d1946-
710 2_ $aJohn F. Kennedy Library.
710 2_ $aUniversity Publications of America, Inc.
730 0_ $aBlack freedom struggle in the 20th century. Federal government records.
740 02 $aWhite House central files and staff files and the president's office files.
740 02 $aPapers of Burke Marshall, assistant attorney general for civil rights.
740 02 $aCivil rights files of Lee C. White.
776 08 $iMicrofilm version:$aKennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963.$tCivil rights during the Kennedy administration, 1961-1963.$dFrederick, MD : University Publications of America, 1987-2007$z0890939004$w(DLC) 87002061$w(OCoLC)19813497
856 40 $3Pt.1: The White House Central Files and Staff Files and the President's Office Files$uhttp://search.proquest.com/histvault?q=28990:001349
856 40 $3Pt.2: The Papers of Burke Marshall, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights$uhttp://search.proquest.com/histvault?q=28990:001351
856 40 $3Pt.3: The Civil Rights Files of Lee C. White$uhttp://search.proquest.com/histvault?q=28990:101772
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MMS IDs

Document ID: 9911149213502121
Network Electronic IDs: 9911149213502121
Network Physical IDs:
mms_mad_ids: 991021999700002122