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Robert Kennedy and His Times - Chapters 11-16: To the Department of Justice; the Pursuit of Justice: J. Edgar Hoover; The Pursuit of Justice: The Mob; The Pursuit of Justice: Civil Rights; The Pursuit of Justice: Ross Barnett and George Wallace; The Pursuit of Justice: Martin Luther K Summary & Analysis

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The choice of cabinet leadership became critical, as the new President Kennedy, with advice and consent from brother Robert, sought to accomplish practical application of the promised "clean slate" politics of the campaign. Though Robert seemed a natural choice for the position of Attorney General, the press criticized the possibility as nepotism, and Robert himself was not enthusiastic. The need for someone who would be utterly honest, however, outweighed the drawbacks, and Robert was quickly confirmed by the Senate. In the mood of reform, the new Attorney General immediately unformalized the Justice Department, holding meetings with virtually all employees, appointing new assistant attorneys, traveling to U.S...

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