Voice cuts: Lyndon Johnson; Everett Dirksen; Charles Halleck; Larry S. Gibson; Harry Truman; General Maxwell Taylor; Robert McNamara
(1) President Johnson speaks to editors and broadcasters in the flower garden at the White House, then answers questions (4/21). (2) Senator Everett Dirksen (R-IL) and Rep. Charles Halleck (R-IN), at a press conference following a meeting of Republican Congressional leadership, challenge the Johnson Administration to tell the truth about American participation in Vietnam (4/21). (3) President Johnson speaks to members of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (4/27). (4) Larry S. Gibson, student body president of Howard University, explains the purpose of the Student Filibuster for Civil Rights, organized by students from Washington’s nine colleges and universities to support passage of the civil rights bill (4/27). (5) Secretaries sing “Happy Birthday” to Truman at the National Press Club on his 80th birthday; six excerpts from Truman’s talk (5/8). (6) President Johnson speaking to Georgia legislators (5/8). (7) Remarks by Governor George C. Wallace, made shortly before the May 19 Maryland primary, on his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination (5/8). (8) Remarks about Vietnam by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara and Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, at a news conference in the White House (5/14). (9) Senator Dirksen, speaking on behalf of the Joint Senate-House Republican Leadership, accuses the Johnson administration of having a “double standard” toward Cuba (5/14).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
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Group W (Westinghouse Broadcasting Company) audio tapes
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