William Bundy; General Wallace Greene; Bill Moyers; Robert McNamara Bill[...]
(1) Charles H. Percy, Republican candidate for the Senate from Illinois, says he's against repeal of 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act, opposes a right-to-work law for Illinois, calls himself a "progressive Republican," stresses his experience in public life (2/4). (2) Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara tells reporters his objections to testifying on US policies in Vietnam at public hearings of the Senate Foreign Relations committee (2/4). (3) President Lyndon Johnson announces plans to visit Hawaii for talks with South Vietnam leaders (2/4). (4) Cuts from Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearings with foreign aid administrator David E. Bell: a. Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-AR) and Bell (3 cuts); b. Rep. Wayne Morse (D-OR); c. Sen. Frank Church (D-ID); d. Sen. Bourke Hickenlooper (R-IA); e. David E. Bell; f. Frank Church (2/4). (5) Rep. Craig Hosmer (R-CA) suggests taking advantage of Viet Cong superstitions (2/7). (6) William P. Bundy, Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs speaks to the Canadian Club of Toronto about the war in Vietnam, US policy in Southeast Asia, and the recent peace offensive (2/7). (7) Gen. Wallace M. Green, commandant of the Marine Corps, discusses Marine morale in Vietnam, as well as his theory of widening coastal enclaves to join them into one long beachhead at a closed session of the House Armed Services Committee (2/7) (8) Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-AR) talks with reporters about the Foreign Relations Committee hearings, his status with White House (2/7). (9) White House Press Secretary Bill Moyers outlining President Johnson's opening remarks at Honolulu conference (2/7). (10) Ngoc Linh Nguyen, president of the Vietnam Press, outlining opening remarks by Vietnamese leaders (2/7).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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