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Jacob K. Javits

Jacob K. Javits appears in the following:

The Democratic Machine: Carmine DeSapio and Jacob Javits Debate Ethics in Politics

Monday, September 03, 2012

WNYC

Speaking first in this 1955 debate, the Democratic boss Carmine G. DeSapio bristles at the question, "Is Tammany Hall fundamentally corrupt?" He dismisses such "sinister implications," claiming they refer to long-ago scandals.

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Jacob Javits

Wednesday, September 14, 1966

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Mr. Newman introduces Senator Jacob Javits, noting that the Press Club is non-partisan as shown by yesterday's appearance by Richard Nixon and today's by Javits.

Javits mentions that ...

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American Jewish Committee Awards Dinner

Wednesday, November 17, 1965

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From card catalog: American Jewish Committee Award dinner honoring Robert Wishnik, civic leader and industrialist. Speakers: Mayor-elect John V. Lindsay, Sen. Jacob Javits, R. Wishnick. Topics: RW; work of AJC; anti-semitism ...

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Raymond Gram Swing 77th Birthday Celebration

Wednesday, March 25, 1964

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John Gunther acts as master of ceremonies at the 77th birthday celebration of journalist Raymond Gram Swing. He introduces a series of speakers who give short talks in honor of Swing. ...

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Senator Jacob K. Javits

Wednesday, January 22, 1964

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New York Senator Jacob K. Javits discusses foreign policy needs, particularly as they relate to Latin America. He talks about the political upheavals in recent years. He makes several suggestions for ...

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Jacob Javits

Sunday, September 21, 1958

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Javits, Senator from New York, answers questions about politics and the Republican Party.

Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.

Panelists: Peter Franklin, Stan Siegel, Ed Stover and ...

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Jacob Javits

Sunday, October 28, 1956

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Jacob Javits, candidate for US Senate, answers questions about politics and international affairs.

Jeffrey Roach moderates.

Panelists: Geri Triano, Paulette Singer, Larry Barrett, Bruno Wassathiel, ...

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Jacob K. Javits

Friday, July 27, 1956

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Attorney General Javtis takes questions from the foreign press on the 1956 political picture.

Panelists: Robert Faustius of the New Rotterdam Current, Jan van Genertal, Dr. Joseph Manheim ...

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Jacob Javits

Sunday, June 12, 1955

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Marvin Sleeper hosts.

Attorney General Javits answers questions.

Panelists: Larry Barrett, Bob Feinberg, Martin Birmingham, and Ray Shroate.

Questions:

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Ethics in Politics

Sunday, March 13, 1955

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Tammany leader Carmine DeSapio defends the Tammany organization. No longer the organization of Tweed and Crocker. Notes that The People choose politician.

New York State Attorney General Jacob ...

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Jacob K. Javits

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Gabe Pressman hosts. Rep. Jacob K. Javits, candidate for Attorney General for the Republican state ticket ...

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Announcement of Adlai Stevenson's death

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Opens with not for air radio chatter announcing different actualities.

actuality: Senator Everett ...

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