DescriptionThis interview with Arthur Lloyd is part seven of seven recordings. In this interview Lloyd continues with his military career. He also comments on assisting Earl Clements' campaign race. He recalls his experiences as the Commissioner of Welfare and his instrumental role in forming the Legislative Research Commission. Upon leaving the LRC in 1955 Lloyd began working with burley-tobacco until 1959. The work within the tobacco industry led to him meeting President John F. Kennedy. President Martin eventually convinced Lloyd to come to EKU to teach political science.